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Recent articles by Sebastian:

Victims Identified In Illinois Factory Mass Shooting

One of the victims, 21-year-old Trevor Wehner, was starting his first day as an intern at the company. → Read More

Amazon Cancels Plans To Build Headquarters In New York

"After much thought and deliberation, we’ve decided not to move forward with our plans to build a headquarters for Amazon in Long Island City, Queens,” a spokeswoman said. → Read More

Parents Protest For Kids' Right To Suffer From Preventable Illness

Hundreds of anti-vaxxers descended on Washington's capital amid the state's worst measles outbreak in decades. → Read More

WTF Is Going On In Virginia Politics These Days?

Blackface, a sexual assault allegation, more blackface. Please stop, Virginia. → Read More

Nevada Legislature Makes History As Female Majority Takes Reins

Colorado joined Nevada as the only states with a female majority in any legislative chamber. → Read More

Customs And Border Protection Makes Largest Fentanyl Bust In Agency's History

More than 250 pounds of the deadly drug worth $3.5 million was picked up by authorities in Arizona. → Read More

Native American Vietnam Veteran Speaks Out After MAGA Hat-Wearing Teens Harass Him

Congresswoman Deb Haaland called the students' behavior a show of "blatant hate." → Read More

Another Sponsor Just Dropped Ben Shapiro After His Bizarre March For Life Appearance

"We do not align with this message. We're pulling our sponsorship," meditation phone app Calm said on Twitter. → Read More

Quip Toothbrushes To Stop Advertising With Ben Shapiro Following March For Life Rally

Quip said it was dropping the conservative commentator after its ad was "read in a venue we did not endorse." → Read More

Trump Accuses Michael Cohen Of Lying To Reduce Jail Time After BuzzFeed Report

"Lying to reduce jail time! Watch father-in-law!" the president tweeted. → Read More

Trump Blames Nancy Pelosi For Shutdown That He Called For

Meanwhile, the longest government shutdown in U.S. history has entered its 27th day. → Read More

Top Economists Back New Carbon Tax Plan, But It Still Wouldn't Be Enough

Even with the new plan, more drastic steps would need to be taken to cut carbon emissions in time. → Read More

She Said A New York State Senator Assaulted Her. Now She Fights To Protect Others.

Erica Vladimer, along with six other women, are on the front lines of working to end sexual harassment in New York politics. → Read More

Congressional Black Caucus Calls For White Supremacist Steve King To Face Consequences

CBC Chair Karen Bass called on Republicans to make clear the Iowa congressman is "no longer welcomed in their party" after his repeated racism. → Read More

Puerto Rican Officials Livid At Reports Trump May Use Disaster Funds To Pay For Wall

Trump's actions are an "egotistical response of a man who gets his way or brings everyone down," San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz said. → Read More

Trump Threatens National Emergency If He Doesn't Get His Border Wall

He expects $5 billion from taxpayers for his wall, yet said Mexico will somehow pay for it "indirectly." → Read More

Biden: Rush Limbaugh, A 'Conservative Blonde Woman' Pushed Trump Towards Shutdown

The "conservative blonde woman" was likely a reference to Ann Coulter, who called the president gutless for not building the promised border wall. → Read More

President Known To Gleefully Insult People Calls Rashida Tlaib's Comments 'Disgraceful'

Trump acted outraged that he was called a "motherf**ker" by an elected official. → Read More

Rep. Steve Cohen Introduces Bills To Get Rid Of Electoral College, Stop Presidents Self-Pardoning

The bills are unlikely to pass. → Read More

Air Travel Less Safe Amid Government Shutdown, Union Leaders, Inspectors Warn

"This shutdown must end now," National Air Traffic Controllers Association President Paul Rinaldi said. → Read More