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Recent articles by Dominique:

Man Intentionally Derailed Speeding Train In Attempt To Smash Hospital Ship, Feds Say

Eduardo Moreno, a Port of Los Angeles engineer, allegedly admitted to crashing the train near the U.S.N.S. Mercy because he was "suspicious" of its inten... → Read More

Indian Migrants Walk Hundreds Of Miles To Return Home Amid COVID-19 Lockdown

An estimated half a million migrants have walked to their villages from India's big cities since India's 21-day lockdown began. The journey has been fata... → Read More

Judges Stymie Abortion Bans In Several States Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Federal judges on Monday temporarily blocked Alabama, Texas and Ohio from enforcing abortion bans in their states. → Read More

Singapore's Top Court Upholds 377A, Colonial-Era Law That Criminalizes Gay Sex

The city-state's high court dismissed appeals on Monday that argued the law was unconstitutional. → Read More

Macy's, Kohl's And Gap To Furlough Most Of Their Employees Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

The three retail giants said Monday that they would stop paying a majority of their employees amid collapsing sales. Almost 300,000 people will be impacted. → Read More

Amazon Workers Plan Walkout After Staten Island Warehouse Reports COVID-19 Case

The striking workers want the facility shuttered and sanitized before their return. "People are scared," one employee said. "We’re unsafe." → Read More

Musician Alan Merrill, Songwriter Of 'I Love Rock and Roll,' Dies Of COVID-19

The 69-year-old died Sunday in New York of complications from the virus, his daughter confirmed. → Read More

The Virus, Not Humans, 'Makes The Timeline,' Fauci Warns As Trump Mulls End Of Lockdown

President Trump may already be talking about easing coronavirus-related restrictions, but Fauci says "arbitrary decisions" should not be made without data. → Read More

In Major Victory For Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Judge Orders Review Of Dakota Access Pipeline

U.S. District Judge James Boasberg ordered the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to conduct a full environmental review of the controversial pipeline. → Read More

Amazon Workers In At Least 8 U.S. Warehouses Test Positive For COVID-19

Hundreds of Amazon employees and contractors have signed a petition calling for the online retail giant to do more to protect its staff. → Read More

Amazon Workers In At Least 8 U.S. Warehouses Test Positive For COVID-19

Hundreds of Amazon employees and contractors have signed a petition calling for the online retail giant to do more to protect its staff. → Read More

Arizona Man Dies After Self-Medicating With Chloroquine In Attempt To Prevent Coronavirus

The man and his wife had taken an aquarium cleaning product after hearing President Trump touting chloroquine as a possible treatment for COVID-19. → Read More

Without Volunteers, Charities Struggling To Cope Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

With millions staying home because of the virus crisis, charities are finding themselves in dire need of volunteers. → Read More

China To End Monthslong Lockdown Of Most Of Coronavirus-Hit Hubei Province

The city of Wuhan, where the COVID-19 outbreak started, will remain locked down until April 8, officials said. → Read More

U.S. Slashes $1 Billion In Aid To Afghanistan Amid Political Chaos

Announcing the cut, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lambasted the country's two rival leaders for failing to work together and threatening a U.S.-led peac... → Read More

Rep. Ben McAdams Hospitalized After Coronavirus Diagnosis

The freshman lawmaker from Utah said he was hospitalized after experiencing “severe shortness of breath.” → Read More

Nearly 1 In 3 Americans Told To Stay Home To Mitigate Coronavirus Crisis

On Sunday, Ohio, Louisiana and Delaware became the latest states to issue stay-at-home orders. "We are at war," Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said of the decision. → Read More

Younger Adults Are Also At Risk Of 'Severe Outcomes' Because Of Coronavirus, CDC Warns

Adults aged 20 to 54 accounted for 38% of the known coronavirus hospitalizations in the U.S., the agency said, citing an early analysis. → Read More

Connecticut Man Charged With Threatening To Murder Rep. Adam Schiff

Robert M. Phelps from Torrington allegedly threatened to kill the California Democrat with "my bare hands." → Read More

U.S. States, Cities Put Bans On Restaurants, Bars To Stem Coronavirus Spread

Several states, including Washington and Illinois, and major cities like Los Angeles and New York City have prohibited dine-in services at eateries and drinking holes. → Read More