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Past articles by Nate:

No, prosecutors can’t appeal the not guilty verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial

Can the prosecution appeal a not guilty verdict? In the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, the prosecution can’t appeal the not guilty verdict. → Read More

Yes, ISIS-K has been carrying out attacks in Afghanistan and Pakistan for years

ISIS-K has fighters in Afghanistan and Pakistan and is an affiliate of the core ISIS terrorist organization. ISIS-K is shorthand for Islamic State Khorasan. → Read More

Yes, your ceiling fan should spin counterclockwise if you want to feel cooler

Your ceiling fan should spin in a counterclockwise direction if you want to feel cooler in the summer. It should spin clockwise for a warming effect in the winter. → Read More

Yes, heat is historically the top weather-related killer in the US

The Pacific Northwest is set to have record temperatures. The CDC expects more extreme heat events due to climate change. → Read More

No, there is no evidence the COVID-19 vaccine spike protein is ‘cytotoxic’

Social media posts have claimed the spike protein the body creates after receiving an mRNA vaccine kills cells. Experts say there is no evidence of that. → Read More

Yes, eligible parents will be able to get the increased child tax credit for children born in 2021

People who have babies in 2021 will be able to claim a child tax credit of up to $3,600 as long as they meet the other child tax credit requirements. → Read More

Yes, U.S. airlines could start weighing passengers, but that’s been an option for years

Southwest and American Airlines do not plan to weigh customers. The FAA said it anticipates airlines will use other methods to estimate weight. → Read More

Gun sales in US spike to record highs in 2020 and 2021, data suggests

Gun sales have surged over what’s been a turbulent 15 months in the U.S., from the COVID-19 pandemic, to widespread demonstrations, to mass shootings. → Read More

What's next for sentencing of Derek Chauvin, and what the maximum penalty could be

A jury convicted Chauvin on two murder charges and one manslaughter charge in the killing of George Floyd. Here's what's next and what sentencing could look like. → Read More