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Caitlin Dickson

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Past:
  • Yahoo
  • Cashay
  • The Daily Beast

Past articles by Caitlin:

Photojournalist describes what Russia left behind in Bucha: 'It's apocalyptic'

Photojournalist Carol Guzy, a four-time Pulitzer Prize winner who has documented the humanitarian toll of some of the world’s most horrific wars and natural disasters, discusses her experience of photographing the carnage in Ukraine. → Read More

Biden unveils new program to bring Ukrainian refugees to U.S.

The program, named Uniting for Ukraine, is aimed at making it easier for Ukrainian nationals with family or friends in the U.S. to apply for temporary resettlement. → Read More

As Texas buses migrants to D.C., Abbott faces backlash for chaos at the border

The plan to bus migrants to Washington, D.C., as well as enhanced inspections for trucks crossing the border into Texas, were part of what the governor’s office described as “the first in a series of aggressive actions by the State of Texas to secure the border in the wake of President Biden's decision to end Title 42 expulsions.” → Read More

CDC to end Trump-era rule blocking asylum seekers at the border

The Biden administration announced Friday that it will end a controversial pandemic-era policy that has effectively sealed off the U.S.'s borders to asylum seekers for more than two years. → Read More

Blinken says Putin is committing war crimes in Ukraine

The secretary of state's comments come one day after President Biden told reporters during an event at the White House that he thinks Putin is a war criminal. → Read More

U.S. to sanction Putin directly, White House says

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed reports that the United States would follow the lead of the European Union and the U.K. in sanctioning Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. → Read More

Can Russia withstand the latest sanctions from the West?

Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken a number of steps to beef up his country’s economic defenses since it was hit hard by Western sanctions over the annexation of Crimea in 2014. → Read More

White House hails Germany's decision to halt certification of Nord Stream 2 pipeline to punish Russia

The White House on Tuesday called Germany’s decision to halt certification of the new Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline “a major turning point in the world’s energy independence from Russia.” → Read More

Pence: 'Trump is wrong. I had no right to overturn the election.'

Former Vice President Mike Pence issued a forceful rebuke of Donald Trump on Friday, saying that the former president is “wrong” to claim that Pence had the authority to change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. → Read More

Federal officials to monitor Washington anti-vaccine-mandate rally for potential violence and extremist activity

Federal law enforcement in Washington, D.C., have been closely monitoring social media for signs of potential violence and extremist activity ahead of a large demonstration against vaccine mandates this weekend, according to documents obtained by Yahoo News. → Read More

A year out of office, Trump's legal woes continue to mount

Former President Donald Trump's legal woes continue to mount amid numerous investigations into his presidency, his efforts to overturn the 2020 election and his business. → Read More

Biden: 'My guess is' Putin will invade Ukraine

President Biden said Wednesday that he thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin will invade Ukraine but, he predicted, “I think he’ll regret having done it.” → Read More

Marjorie Taylor Greene tries to explain Trump's pro-vaccine stance, bashes mandates

The far-right congresswoman relayed former President Donald Trump’s position on Twitter Monday, apparently attempting to assure skeptics that Trump’s promotion of the jab does not equal support for COVID-19 vaccine mandates. → Read More

White House calls Trump’s message on vaccines ‘a good thing’

White House press secretary Jen Psaki applauded former President Donald Trump on Thursday for his recent comments encouraging Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

House votes for Meadows to face criminal charges for defying Jan. 6 probe

The Justice Department will now consider whether to bring criminal charges against Meadows, which would make him the second Trump ally after Steven Bannon to face prosecution for failing to cooperate with the probe. → Read More

'Destroying his legacy': Fox News hosts urged White House to act during Jan. 6 riot, committee reveals

The committee's Vice Chair Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., revealed the messages Monday evening as the panel gathered to pass a resolution to hold Meadows in contempt of Congress. → Read More

Rittenhouse verdict reactions roll in: From 'a travesty' to 'justice has been served'

The “not guilty” verdict on Friday in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse elicited a wide range of reactions from Americans, many falling along partisan lines, with conservatives celebrating and liberals venting their frustrations. → Read More

Jury finds Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty of all charges in high-profile murder trial

The jury delivered its verdict Friday afternoon, after three and a half days of deliberation following the high-profile, three-week murder trial. → Read More

Rittenhouse judge dismisses underage weapons charge in murder trial

The misdemeanor charge, which carries a penalty of up to nine months in jail, was considered among the counts for which Kyle Rittenhouse was most likely to be convicted. → Read More

'Don't get brazen with me!': Rittenhouse judge snaps at prosecutor as defense requests a mistrial

Defense attorneys asked the judge to declare a mistrial with prejudice, which would prevent a retrial for the shootings. → Read More