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Past articles by Mica:

10-year-old who played dead survives after parents and sister were shot and killed in Houston

A 10-year-old girl survived a fatal shooting Wednesday in Houston after pretending to be dead. → Read More

Record heat waves prompt hundreds of deaths in Pacific Northwest and Canada

Hundreds of people are dead across Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia as the northwest region and Canada face record heat waves this past week. → Read More

Trump Organization CFO surrenders to prosecutors ahead of facing charges

The Trump Organization's longtime chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg surrendered to Manhattan prosecutors on Thursday as he prepares to face charges related to alleged tax fraud. → Read More

Scandal-plagued Andrew Cuomo raises over $1M at fundraiser

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo raked in a fundraising haul of over $1 million in one of his most public events since becoming the subject of federal and state investigations amid controversy. → Read More

Pause Biden nominees for questions on role in COVID-19 origins inquiry, GOP senators say

Pause the confirmation process for a pair of nominees of President Joe Biden until they clarify their roles in ending the Trump administration's "original" investigation into the origins of COVID-19, a trio of Republican senators requested of leadership. → Read More

Woman, 70, throws first pitch at Yankee Stadium 60 years after being rejected as a batgirl because of her gender

After 60 years, Gwen Goldman finally achieved her dream of being a part of the New York Yankees, redeeming the rejection she received in 1961 from the team over her gender. → Read More

House Republican's bill would increase oversight on NIH grant recipients after pandemic

Rep. Mike Turner unveiled legislation on Monday that would impose surprise inspections on those receiving federal research grants from the National Institutes of Health. → Read More

Bipartisan group in Congress reach 'framework' agreement on police reform

A bipartisan group of lawmakers in Congress working on police reform said they are making good progress. → Read More

House Republicans say they 'will not rest' until China held accountable for coronavirus pandemic

A group of House Republicans is calling for the United States to be a leader in the international community in holding China accountable for its handling of the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Socialist scores upset victory in Buffalo Democratic mayoral primary

A socialist candidate is poised to defeat Buffalo's four-term Democratic mayor after scoring a major upset in the city's mayoral primary on Tuesday. → Read More

Bumble gives employees one week off to heal from burnout

Dating app Bumble is giving its more than 750 employees a paid week off to help with the recovery from coronavirus-induced burnout. → Read More

California to pay off unpaid rent accumulated during coronavirus pandemic

The government of California is prepared to pay off past-due rent accumulated during the coronavirus pandemic as the state's eviction moratorium nears expiration. → Read More

Police looking for man accused of sexually assaulting women while posing as utility worker

Police are searching for a man who is accused of committing a series of sexual assaults in Indiana while posing as a utility worker. → Read More

At least five injured and several homes damaged in Illinois tornado

At least five people were injured, and 16 homes were destroyed after a tornado tore through the Chicago suburbs on Sunday night. → Read More

One dead, several injured after shooting near Juneteenth event in Oakland

One person is dead and at least five people are hurt following a Saturday evening shooting in Oakland, California, near a Juneteenth event. → Read More

Mother and daughter, 7, found dead in Connecticut home in possible double homicide

A woman and her 7-year-old daughter were found dead in a high-value Connecticut home on Thursday in what authorities say could be a possible double homicide. → Read More

Colorado man pleads guilty to hate crime charges over stabbing of black man

A Colorado man pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal hate crime in connection to the December 2019 stabbing of a black man in a fast-food restaurant. → Read More

Prosecutors seeking 'very substantial' prison sentence on Michael Avenatti

Manhattan federal prosecutors are seeking to impose a "very substantial" prison sentence on lawyer Michael Avenatti for his attempted extortion scheme on Nike. → Read More

Trump says 'people are liking me more than ever' as he mulls 2024 run

Former President Donald Trump still hasn't decided whether he'll attempt a 2024 presidential comeback but said he's taking into consideration what he claims is his growing popularity. → Read More

West Virginia GOP congressman under ethics investigation for possible campaign finance violations

The Office of Congressional Ethics is investigating Rep. Alex Mooney over whether the West Virginia Republican spent $49,000 in campaign funds on personal expenses such as resorts, meal purchases, car expenses, and other things. → Read More