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Recent articles by Dominique:

5 Ways To Make Your Period Better For The Environment

Your disposable period products are made with icky ingredients that could be bad for you and the planet. → Read More

Undocumented Housekeeper At Trump Golf Course Says She Does Not Regret Going Public

“We need to come out and defend ourselves,” Victorina Morales said. "I had enough with suffering." → Read More

Jared Kushner Gave Saudi Crown Prince Advice After Khashoggi Slaying: NY Times

Kushner has reportedly flouted White House protocol by having private, informal conversations with Prince Mohammed bin Salman. → Read More

Lyudmila Alexeyeva, Russian Human Rights Icon, Dies At 91

Alexeyeva, who founded Russia's oldest human rights organization, challenged the Soviet and Russian regimes for decades. → Read More

Luxembourg Announces Plan To Become First Country To Make All Public Transportation Free

The country's newly re-elected coalition government has promised to lift fares on public trains, trams and buses by summer 2019. → Read More

CFO Of China's Huawei Technologies Arrested In Canada

Meng Wanzhou, who is also the daughter of the company's founder, faces possible extradition to the United States. → Read More

Woman Claims Hilton Employee Secretly Filmed Her Showering And Posted The Footage Online

The unnamed Chicago woman has filed a lawsuit against the hotel chain for $100 million. → Read More

NYC Screening Of 'Surviving R. Kelly' Evacuated After Gun Threat

Several women who have accused Kelly of sexual misconduct were in the audience when the evacuation was ordered. → Read More

Coal Consumption In The U.S. Falls To Lowest Level Since 1979

President Trump declared last year that the U.S. "coal industry is back." But federal government figures continue to show otherwise. → Read More

Where Is He Jiankui? Chinese Scientist Who Gene-Edited Babies Reportedly Missing

The scientist has not been seen for several days, according to local news outlets. But officials from He's former university say he has not been detained. → Read More

Students Protest University Of North Carolina's $5 Million Plan For Toppled Confederate Statue

Hundreds gathered on the Chapel Hill campus to voice their opposition to a new building that would house "Silent Sam." → Read More

Plastic Bag Removed From Sea Turtle’s Throat In Troubling Video

The turtle was found – visibly weak and sick – on a beach in South Africa earlier this month. → Read More

Trump Says China Has Agreed To 'Reduce And Remove Tariffs' On American-Made Cars

The president tweeted the claim following a meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping during which the two powers agreed to a trade truce. → Read More

Trump Said China Is Now Open To Qualcomm-NXP Deal. Qualcomm Says ‘No Thanks.’

The company thanked Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping for discussing the scuppered deal, but said it "considers the matter closed." → Read More

Scott Stearney, Top U.S. Naval Commander In Middle East, Found Dead In Bahrain

No foul play is suspected in the vice-admiral's death, Navy officials said. → Read More

Israeli Police Recommend Netanyahu Be Charged With Bribery In Telecom Case

Police said they'd uncovered enough evidence to charge the prime minister and his wife with bribery and fraud. → Read More

Donald Trump, Xi Jinping Agree To Trade Truce At G-20 Summit

The U.S. has agreed to delay a planned Jan. 1 tariff increase to allow the two powers to iron out their trade differences. → Read More

In First-Of-Its-Kind Lawsuit, Baltimore Sues Trump Over Immigrants' Access To Benefits

City officials say the Trump administration's "unconstitutional" immigration policy is deterring residents from accessing food stamps, Medicaid and other... → Read More

90-Year-Old Businessman Gives Out $1,000 Checks To Every Paradise High School Student

Bob Wilson, who had never been to Paradise, which was destroyed in the Camp fire, gave out checks worth more than a million dollars altogether. → Read More

Transgender Asylum-Seeker Who Died In ICE Custody Was Beaten, Autopsy Shows

Roxsana Hernández Rodriguez had "deep bruises" on her body and died of dehydration, an independent autopsy found. → Read More