N'dea Yancey-Bragg, USA TODAY

N'dea Yancey-Bragg

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Recent articles by N'dea:

Partisan divide over economy grows, but Americans more worried about their health: Exclusive poll

Most Americans support a slow easing of social distancing rules, but a growing number say economic recovery should be the government's priority. → Read More

How to watch the SpaceX Crew Dragon launch of NASA astronauts today

NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will be the first humans to launch on a commercial spacecraft: How to stream the historic SpaceX launch. → Read More

How to watch the SpaceX Crew Dragon launch of NASA astronauts today

For the first time since the space shuttle program retired in 2011, astronauts will launch to space from Kennedy Space Center.Teams are expected to liftoff from the pad 39A at 4:33 p.m. EST on SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon capsule. NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will be the first humans to launch on a commercial spacecraft as they head on a 19-hour journey to the… → Read More

Active shooter 'neutralized,' one injured near Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi officials say

An active shooter has been "neutralized" at a United States Navy air base in Corpus Christi, Texas officials said Thursday. → Read More

The 'Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease' has killed thousands of wild rabbits since its arrival

As humans battle the coronavirus pandemic, a highly contagious, hardy virus is killing thousands of rabbits in the United States. → Read More

Active shooter 'neutralized' near Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, Texas officials say

Officials at the Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi said an active shooter was "neutralized" after the base went on lockdown. → Read More

Active shooter 'neutralized' at Corpus Christi naval air base, one injured: What we know so far

Local authorities responded to an active shooter situation at the Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi Thursday morning, which has been settled. → Read More

5-year-old boy caught driving to California for a Lamborghini gets ride in dream car

After a Utah boy made headlines by trying to drive to California to buy a Lamborghini, a local businessman offered him a ride in his sports car. → Read More

Claim in viral 'Plandemic' video 'could lead to imminent harm,' Facebook says

A slickly-produced interview with discredited scientist Judy Mikovits promotes conspiracy theories and is being removed by multiple tech platforms. → Read More

The closest black hole to Earth was found in a star system you can see with the naked eye

European astronomers have found the closest black hole to Earth yet, one of many more undetected black holes that could be found in the future. A → Read More

Woman killed by alligator after doing client's nails during lockdown in South Carolina

Cynthia Covert, 58, drowned after an alligator pulled her into a pond on while she was visiting a client for an in-home nail appointment. → Read More

Irish people send donations to Native Americans, returning a Great Famine-era favor

Irish people have donated about half a million dollars to a campaign raising money for the Navajo Nation and Hopi Reservation amid the coronavirus. → Read More

The closest black hole to Earth was found in a star system you can see with the naked eye

Astronomers from the European Southern Observatory discovered a black hole just 1,000 light years away from Earth, the closest ever found. → Read More

Professor researching COVID-19 killed in apparent murder-suicide, police say

A professor at the University of Pittsburgh who was researching COVID-19 was found dead Saturday. → Read More

5-year-old boy caught driving on Utah highway was heading to California for a Lamborghini

Police in Utah pulled over a 5-year-old driver who said he was heading to California to buy a Lamborghini.The boy was being watched by his 16-year-old sibling Monday when the teen took a nap, public information Officer Nick Street told USA TODAY. When the sibling woke up "the keys to the car were gone, the car was gone, and the child was gone," Street said.The 5-year-old boy drove onto the… → Read More

5-year-old boy caught driving on Utah highway was heading to California for a Lamborghini

A Utah Highway Patrol trooper pulled over a car that was swerving badly only to discover the driver was 5 years old. → Read More

First brown bear seen in Spanish natural park in 150 years

Cameras captured a brown bear traversing a national park in northwestern Spain, the first sighting in more than a century. → Read More

'Murder Hornets' are in the United States. These other dangerous bugs are more common

Asian giant hornets that can be deadly to humans have been seen in the United States. Here are six other dangerous bugs that were already here. → Read More

New Zealand health official claims 'elimination' of coronavirus as new cases hit single digits

New Zealand's top health official said that the country has "achieved our goal of elimination" of coronavirus as the country eased its lockdown. → Read More

'Unprecedented' Arctic ozone hole closed, but not because of coronavirus, scientists say

This spring, an "unprecedented" ozone hole formed over the Arctic thanks to an unusually strong polar vortex. Now it's gone. → Read More