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Past articles by Andrea:

Trump Issues Executive Order to Freeze Federal Workers' Pay (VIDEO)

The salary freeze comes as 800,000 federal employees are working without pay or are on furlough. → Read More

Investigations Launched Into CenturyLink's Nationwide Outage (VIDEO)

The FCC and the state of Washington are probing CenturyLink's nationwide outage that left people unable to access 911 emergency services. → Read More

Study: Opioids Killed Nearly 9,000 Young People From 1999 To 2016

The Journal of the American Medical Association released a report saying the mortality rate for younger patients in opioid overdoses have tripled. → Read More

New York City On Track For A Historic Drop In Traffic Deaths

The Wall Street Journal reports New York City hasn't seen this few traffic deaths in 100 years. → Read More

House Intel Committee Votes To Send Roger Stone Transcript To Mueller

Roger Stone served as an adviser to Donald Trump's presidential campaign and testified in front of the committee during a closed-door hearing in 2017. → Read More

Tobacco Giant Altria Invests $13 Billion In Electronic Cigarettes

The e-cig company Juul announced Thursday it agreed to sell 35 percent of its shares to Altria, the maker of Marlboro cigarettes. → Read More

Cuba Cuts Language Supporting Same-Sex Marriage From New Constitution

Cuba's government removed the wording from the draft after evangelical churches and citizens spent months expressing outrage at public meetings. → Read More

Regulators Say PG&E Falsified Data For Years After Criminal Conviction

Regulators say California's Pacific Gas & Electric Company, possibly the source of this year's wildfire, falsified safety records for years. → Read More

Massive General Motors Layoff Won't Be As Bad As Originally Thought

The company announced Friday 2,700 of the 3,300 U.S. factory workers it planned to lay off can get jobs at other plants → Read More

Court Decides Employers Can't Deny Women Birth Control Coverage

A federal court blocked Trump administration guidelines that would have let companies opt out of providing contraception at no cost. → Read More

National Enquirer Admits To Suppressing Story To Protect Trump

The revelation came Wednesday in connection to the Michael Cohen investigation. → Read More

A $1 Billion Apple Campus Is Coming To Austin, Texas

The company announced Thursday the 133-acre campus will employ 5,000 new workers. → Read More

'Sesame Street' To Feature Character Who Is Homeless

The non-profit group behind the show announced an initiative around Lily's storyline that aims to destigmatize homelessness. → Read More

Japan Will Welcome 345,000 Foreign Workers To Combat Aging Workforce

In the next five years, Japan hopes to attract 345,000 foreign workers to soften the economic blow of a rapidly aging workforce. → Read More

White House Downplays Court Filings About Trump's Inner Circle

The White House press secretary claims court filings regarding Paul Manafort say "absolutely nothing about the President." → Read More

The Last Migrant Rescue Ship In The Mediterranean Will End Operations

Doctors Without Borders said the Aquarius will end operations due to what it called "European policies and obstruction tactics." → Read More

Tourist Attractions To Close In France Due To 'Yellow Vest' Protests

The French government announced tourist attractions like the Eiffel Tower, museums and shops will be closed Saturday because of anticipated protests. → Read More

Politicians, Celebrities And Remaining Presidents Remember Bush

Former President George W. Bush announced his father's death in a statement Friday night. Condolences came quickly on social media Saturday. → Read More

Gap In Vaccine Coverage Caused Surge In Measles, Say Health Officials

The greatest spikes in measles cases occurred in the Americas, the Eastern Mediterranean and Europe, according to a new WHO report. → Read More

DOJ Compensates Bernie Madoff Scam Victims With $695 Million

The money will be sent to over 27,000 people around the world. This payment brings their total recovery to nearly 57 percent. → Read More