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Nina Golgowski

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  • New York Daily News

Recent articles by Nina:

Missouri School District Requires COVID-19 Waiver In Case Kids Get Sick, Die

The liability waiver in the Hazelwood School District pertains to students who participate in athletic programs. → Read More

DeVos Defends Trump's School Funding Threat, Calls CDC’s Guidelines ‘Flexible’

“There’s nothing in the data that suggests that kids being in school is in any way dangerous," the education secretary said of COVID-19 concerns. → Read More

Father And Sons Charged After Allegedly Selling ‘Miracle’ Bleach COVID-19 Cure

Miracle Mineral Solution, sold by Genesis II Church of Health and Healing in Florida, has been linked to illness and even death, authorities said. → Read More

Statue Of Abolitionist Frederick Douglass Vandalized In New York Park

The statue was ripped from its base on the 168th anniversary of one of Douglass' most famous speeches condemning slavery. → Read More

FDA Head Refuses To Address Trump Claim That 99% Of COVID-19 Cases Are ‘Totally Harmless’

Dr. Stephen Hahn, a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, repeatedly refused to comment on Trump’s claim. → Read More

2 Dead, 8 Injured After Shooting At South Carolina Nightclub

Authorities are looking into the Greenville incident as possibly gang-related. → Read More

‘Garbage Bag’ Gowns And Flimsy Masks Among Items Given By FEMA, Nursing Homes Say

“What has been supplied has been a joke, to put it kindly," one recipient said of the items meant to prevent COVID-19's spread. → Read More

NY, NJ And Connecticut Order Visitors From New COVID Hot Spots To Quarantine

Nine U.S. states meet the criteria for this immediate travel mandate, which can carry stiff fines. → Read More

Rhode Island Takes Step Toward Removing 'Plantation' From Official Name

The words “Providence Plantations,” which have connotations of racism and slavery, have been take off government paperwork. → Read More

Millions Of Hydroxychloroquine Pills That Trump Touted For COVID-19 Are Now In Limbo

Health officials are unsure what to do with stockpiles of the drug and the related chloroquine after the FDA declared them risky and likely ineffective t... → Read More

Mississippi Official: Black People 'Dependent' Since Slavery

Harry Sanders' remarks followed him voting against removing a Confederate monument from outside a Lowndes County courthouse. → Read More

Missing Black Lives Matter Activist Among 2 Women Found Dead: Police

Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Salau, 19, and Victoria Sims, 75, separately vanished earlier this month in Tallahassee, Florida. A suspect is in custody. → Read More

Protesters Topple Confederate Statue In Virginia Capital

The statue of Gen. Williams Carter Wickham was pulled from its pedestal in a Richmond park, where it had stood since 1891. → Read More

Boxer Floyd Mayweather To Pay For George Floyd's Funeral

The retired boxing legend, who has not met the Floyd family, will handle costs for the funeral as well as other expenses, a representative said. → Read More

Congo Faces 2nd Ebola Outbreak In Northern Province

The health crisis comes as the African country battles COVID-19 and the world’s largest measles outbreak. → Read More

Authorities Brace For Sixth Night Of Protests After George Floyd Death

Multiple cities announced additional curfews on Sunday as President Trump urged local governments to call in the National Guard. → Read More

Trump Says Antifa Will Be Designated A Terrorist Organization

Trump blamed “radical left anarchists,” as well as the media, for stirring up trouble. He missed identifying the source of the upheaval. → Read More

NASA Astronauts Arrive At Space Station After SpaceX Docking

The Dragon spacecraft carrying Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken docked automatically and required no assistance. → Read More

Ferguson Police Take A Knee In Honor Of George Floyd

Chief Jason Armstrong, who joined the department last year, called the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown "a wake-up call to law enforcement." → Read More

Coronavirus Relief Fund Watchdog Who Was Ousted By Trump Resigns From Pentagon

Glenn Fine had been tasked with monitoring the federal government’s coronavirus relief spending before being removed last month. → Read More