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Jonathan Kealing


Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Past articles by Jonathan:


After six years, this Nigerian mother and son will reunite — at the Final Four

But that is all set to change this weekend. When Udoka Azubuike leads his Kansas Jayhawks into the men's college basketball Final Four against Villanova in San Antonio, his mom should be cheering in the stands. → Read More


President Trump, what is your position on the Colombian peace process?

A surprise and secret meeting between President Donald Trump and two former Colombian leaders has supporters of the Colombian peace process on edge. → Read More


President Trump, this year's taxes are due tomorrow. When will you share yours with the public?

With taxes due on Tuesday, the spotlight has been turned back to President Donald Trump's tax returns, which haven't been released. → Read More


Mexico City residents are forced to cope with bad air

New restrictions have reduced the number of cars on the road, but that might not make much of a difference. → Read More


Americans had a front-row seat to Spain's 20th century civil war

A new book looks at the Spanish Civil War through the eyes of Americans who took up arms to fight there. Many viewed the conflict as a preluder to World War II. → Read More


Taliban splinter group claims credit for Pakistan suicide bombing that kills at least 52

The Taliban group said it was targeting Christians celebrating Easter. → Read More


Since Paris, there have been hundreds of terrorist attacks — many that have gone unnoticed

From Africa to the Middle East to the US, attacks continue to rattle the world as various extremist groups attempt to influence policy through terror. → Read More


President Obama nominates Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court

Merrick Garland is President Obama's nominee for the third vacancy on the US Supreme Court during his term, but he will face a tough slog to get confirmed by the US Senate. → Read More


Starbucks is poised to take a crack at one of the world's proudest coffee markets: Italy

Starbucks announced this week that it will open its first store in Italy, in Milan in 2017. More will follow if the first is a success. → Read More


US airlines will soon be able to offer hundreds of flights to Cuba every week

Little more than a year after the US and Cuba announced plans to begin normalizing relations, the two countries announced the resumption of direct, scheduled commercial flights between them — which haven't existed in more than 50 years. → Read More


US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dies at the age of 79

Antonin Scalia, the longest-serving Supreme Court justice and one of its most conservative members, was found dead at a Texas resort of apparent natural causes on Saturday. He was 79. → Read More


Update: 'Go home,' sheriff tells armed men who took over federal compound in rural Oregon

A group of self-proclaimed militia members have seized control of a federal building at a remote wildlife preserve in Oregon, provoking a standoff over federal land use policy in the American West. → Read More


The FBI will investigate the San Bernardino attack as an act of terrorism as the focus moves to Tashfeen Malik

In a press conference Thursday afternoon, FBI officials said the attack in San Bernardino was officially being classified as an act of terrorism. New information coming out has refocused the spotlight on Tashfeen Malik, the female suspect in the attack. → Read More