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Recent articles by Natasha:

This Young Adult Author Is Giving Up Her Smartphone for a Year to Try Winning $100,000

Filmmaker and young adult fantasy author Elana Mugdan will attempt to go a year without her smartphone for the chance to win $100,000. → Read More

21 Savage Says He Was 'Definitely Targeted' in ICE Arrest

A British citizen, the rapper was 7 when he came to the U.S. → Read More

Former Mass. Gov. Bill Weld Is the First Republican Officially Trying to Challenge Trump in 2020

The former governor is the first Republican officially planning to challenge President Donald Trump's re-election bid in 2020. → Read More

Astronaut Mark Kelly's Senate Campaign Coffers Top $1 Million in First 48 Hours

Retired astronaut Mark Kelly announced he was running for Arizona's Senate seat in 2020 on Tuesday. He's already raised over $1 million. → Read More

Obama Praises Parkland Shooting Survivors for Refusing to 'Settle for the Way Things Are'

Former President Obama took to Twitter to praise the students for "helping pass meaningful new gun violence laws" across the country. → Read More

The Owner of a Sports Store Boycotted Nike for its Kaepernick Campaign. Now He's Going Out of Business

The owner of Prime Time Sports decided to boycott Nike after it featured Colin Kaepernick in an ad campaign. Now he's going out of business. → Read More

Trump Installed a $50,000 Golf Simulator at the White House

The Washington Post reports that Trump had the room-sized simulator installed in the last few weeks. He reportedly paid for it himself. → Read More

Takeaways From Howard Schultz's CNN Town Hall

Former Starbucks CEO and likely 2020 presidential candidate calls for tax hike on the wealthiest, discusses other issues at CNN town hall. → Read More

Why Sen. Mitch McConnell Is Going to Force a Vote on the Green New Deal

GOP leader leveraging lack of Democratic unity behind climate change solution. → Read More

A Record 7 Million Americans Are 90 Days Behind on Their Auto Loan Payments

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reports that a record seven million Americans are 90 or more days behind on their auto loan payments. → Read More

Seattle Area Home Where Jeff Bezos Started Amazon Can Now Be Yours

The Bellevue home that served as the original Amazon HQ is now for sale for a mere $1.49 million. → Read More

More Americans Have Trust in Special Counsel Mueller Than in President Trump

A new poll found that Americans have more trust in Special Counsel Mueller than President Trump and think he's trying to find the truth. → Read More

U.S. Colleges Raised a Record $47 Billion Last Year

Colleges and universities across the U.S. brought in a record $47 billion in 2018, a 7.2% increase from the year prior. → Read More

Pro-LGBTQ Laws Outpaced Anti-LGBTQ Laws Across the U.S. in 2018

21 of 201 pro-LGBTQ bills introduced passed in 2018, compared to two of 110 anti-LGBTQ bills, according to the Human Rights Campaign. → Read More

California Gov. Gavin Newsom Pulling National Guard From State's Border With Mexico

Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to sign an executive order Monday canceling the deployment of troops at the U.S.-Mexico border. → Read More

The 400 Richest Americans Own a Greater Share of Wealth Than the Bottom 150 Million

In a sign of growing wealth inequality, according to a new study. → Read More

Like Jeff Bezos, Journalist Ronan Farrow Claims Blackmail By The National Enquirer

Ronan Farrow wrote on Twitter that he had received threats of blackmail from American Media Inc. similar to those Jeff Bezos received. → Read More

Kellyanne Conway Describes Alleged Assault at Maryland Restaurant

The counselor to the president provided details about her alleged assault in a Maryland restaurant last year in a CNN interview Friday. → Read More

'Teleprompter Problems?' Trump's Prayer Breakfast Gaffe Claims Faith Community Abolished Civil Rights

Speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast, President Trump said the faith community contributed to the 'abolition of civil rights.' → Read More

More Americans Have Health Care Coverage—But Millions Are Underinsured

A new survey from the Commonwealth Fund found that as many as 44 million Americans were underinsured last year, up from 29 million in 2010. → Read More