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Antonia Blumberg

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Antonia:

Marianne Williamson Drops Out Of Presidential Race

The self-help author spoke out against the “spiritual and moral rot” in Washington and wanted to inject peace into the political arena. → Read More

Marianne Williamson Drops Out Of Presidential Race

The self-help author spoke out against the “spiritual and moral rot” in Washington and wanted to inject peace into the political arena. → Read More

Rep. Adam Schiff Submits Pence Aide's Classified Letter To Judiciary Committee

The Intelligence Committee chairman submitted the document as Judiciary was poised to begin debating articles of impeachment against President Trump. → Read More

Harvey Weinstein Reaches Tentative $25 Million Settlement With Accusers

More than 30 actors and former employees of the Hollywood mogul accused him of offenses ranging from sexual harassment to rape. → Read More

Pete Buttigieg Releases Names Of His McKinsey Clients

The Democratic presidential candidate worked at the controversial consulting firm from 2007 to 2010. → Read More

NBC Staffers Unionize, Say Company Mishandled Sexual Misconduct Claims

The NewsGuild of New York will represent about 150 employees of NBC News Digital. → Read More

Democratic Former Sen. Kay Hagan Dies At 66

The former North Carolina lawmaker died "unexpectedly," her family said. → Read More

Legendary Journalist Gwen Ifill To Be Honored With A Forever Stamp

The trailblazing journalist's stamp will be part of the U.S. Postal Service's Black Heritage series. → Read More

House Subpoenas White House For Ukraine Documents In Impeachment Inquiry

The House Oversight Committee is demanding President Donald Trump's staff hand over documents related to the Ukraine scandal by Oct. 18. → Read More

Here's What Kurt Volker Told Congress About His Role In Trump-Ukraine Negotiations

The former special envoy to Ukraine told House investigators he wasn't aware Trump had pressured Ukraine's president for dirt on Joe Biden. → Read More

Trump Suggested Shooting Immigrants To Slow Them Down, New Book Claims

The president has a history of using racist and violent rhetoric about migrants, arguing before that firing on rock-throwing migrants should be allowed. → Read More

New Reports Allege How White House Hid Trump Communications With Foreign Leaders

It appears the administration may have tried to "lock down" Trump's conversations with foreign leaders before the July 25 call to Ukraine's president. → Read More

Joseph Wilson, Who Challenged Bush Administration On Iraq War, Dies At 69

The former U.S. ambassador's wife at the time, Valerie Plame, was outed as a CIA agent shortly after he spoke out on the Iraq invasion. → Read More

Federal Prosecutors Launch Criminal Probe Into Juul Labs: Report

The e-cigarette maker is under increasing scrutiny as the death toll linked to vaping rises. → Read More

Billions Of Birds Have Disappeared From North America In Recent Decades: Study

Sparrows, finches and swallows are among the hardest hit. → Read More

Joe Kennedy III To Announce Senate Run In Massachusetts: Reports

The Democratic congressman would challenge Sen. Ed Markey in the primary election. → Read More

China To Lift Punitive Tariffs On U.S. Soybeans, Pork

President Donald Trump also delayed a planned tariff hike on Chinese imports this week in a conciliatory gesture. → Read More

California Gov. Gavin Newsom Signs Vaccine Bill Restricting Medical Exemptions

The new law is expected to make it more difficult for parents to opt their children out of immunizations. → Read More

Google Targeted In Major State Antitrust Investigation

Fifty U.S. attorneys general are joining the investigation, led by Texas. → Read More

California Becomes First State To Ban Fur Trapping

Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill banning commercial and recreational fur trapping. → Read More