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Recent articles by Sara:

Trump Formally Nominates Amy Coney Barrett To Supreme Court

The president's announcement marks the start of a contentious Senate battle. → Read More

Trump Announces Push For 'Patriotic Education' In American Schools

The president wants to create a commission that will teach "the miracle" of U.S. history as schools attempt to reckon more honestly with the legacy of slavery. → Read More

1 Killed In Fire Sparked By Gender Reveal Party In California

The massive blaze started when a stunt intended to reveal the biological sex of an unborn baby went wrong. → Read More

Whistleblower Says Doctor Performed Excessive Hysterectomies On ICE Detainees

Nurse Dawn Wooten says the doctor she dubbed the "uterus collector" also removed the wrong ovary of a patient at Georgia's Irwin County Detention Center. → Read More

Police Forced To Debunk Rumor That Antifa Started Massive Wildfires

No, the wildfires don't have political origins, say police across Oregon. → Read More

Trump Wildly Accuses Biden Of Being A Coronavirus 'Anti-Vaxxer'

The president claims his rival has "launched a public campaign against the vaccine." Biden has simply said he would follow scientific advice. → Read More

Kellyanne Conway Says Kenosha Violence Is 'Better' For Trump

Two people died earlier this week amid protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, by a white officer. → Read More

Kellyanne Conway's RNC Speech Praises Trump As Champion Of Women

Conway made a surprise announcement about stepping down from her top role in the misogynistic leader's administration earlier in the week. → Read More

Suspect Charged With Murder After 2 Shot Dead At Kenosha Protest

Suspect Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, is listed as a fugitive in court records. → Read More

Michael Cohen Warns Trump 'Can't Be Trusted' In Searing New Ad Campaign

"You don't have to like me, but please, listen to me," the president's former lawyer says. → Read More

In Leaked Audio, Trump Credits Black Americans Who Didn't Vote In 2016: Reports

“Many Blacks didn’t go out to vote for Hillary ’cause they liked me," Trump claimed. → Read More

Golden State Killer Joseph James DeAngelo Sentenced To Life In Prison

The California serial killer murdered 13 people and raped dozens of women in the 1970s and 1980s. → Read More

13-Year-Old Boy Who Bonded With Biden Over Stutter Speaks At DNC

The Democratic nominee gave young Brayden Harrington tips on dealing with a stutter earlier this year. → Read More

Apple Becomes 1st US Company To Be Valued At $2 Trillion

The company's shares have skyrocketed amid the pandemic-induced recession. → Read More

Golden State Killer Rape Survivors And Family Give Heartbreaking Impact Statements

Joseph James DeAngelo appeared in court ahead of sentencing for his crime spree as the East Area Rapist and a notorious serial killer. → Read More

Taylor Swift Bashes Trump For 'Calculated Dismantling Of USPS'

"He is WELL AWARE that we do not want him as our president," she wrote. → Read More

Postal Workers Union Endorses Biden-Harris As Trump Threatens USPS

The president has used baseless voter fraud claims to justify his continued reluctance to fund the postal service ahead of the election. → Read More

Trump's Top DHS Officials Aren't Legally Eligible For Their Jobs, Watchdog Says

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf and acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli are not qualified, according to the Government Accountability Office. → Read More

Austin City Council Unanimously Votes To Slash Police Budget By One-Third

Approximately $150 million will be redistributed to social service agencies. → Read More

Trump Attempts To Sidestep Congress By Ordering 4 Points Of Coronavirus Relief

In a legally ambiguous move, the president turned to executive orders while negotiations between Democrats and Republicans remain at an impasse. → Read More