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Jason Duaine Hahn


Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Jason:

Scientific American Drops ‘Climate Change,’ to Use ‘Climate Emergency’ Instead: ‘Words Matter’

"Journalism should reflect what science says: the climate emergency is here," senior editor Mark Fischetti said on Monday → Read More

Teacher Wears Boxing Gloves While Ringing Bell After Last Chemotherapy Appointment: 'Victory'

Rachel Punneo, a fourth-grade teacher at Independence Intermediate School in Oklahoma, completed her final chemotherapy treatment in March → Read More

NCAA Says It Will 'Unequivocally Support' Transgender Student-Athletes as States Pass Bans

"Inclusion and fairness can coexist for all student-athletes, including transgender athletes, at all levels of sport," the NCAA said in a statement on Monday → Read More

COVID Survivor Who Spent 110 Days in Hospital Eyes Ironman: 'There's Going to Be a Lot of Tears'

"Finishing, for me, will be a huge accomplishment. I don't care how fast it is. I just want to finish," Tom Butts tells PEOPLE → Read More

Family of Model Left Brain-Damaged After Allergic Reaction to Peanut Butter Pretzel Is Awarded $29.5 Million

The family of Chantel Giacalone was awarded millions by a Las Vegas jury years after the former model suffered an allergic reaction to a peanut butter pretzel → Read More

Washington and Oregon Pass Bills to Make Juneteenth a Legal State Holiday: 'We Must Not Forget'

Juneteenth is longest-running African-American holiday in the United States and marks the day that slavery ended in America → Read More

Professional Bowler Nicknamed 'Ginger Assassin' Hits First 7-10 Split on TV in 30 Years

Bowler Anthony Neuer made history when he hit a 7-10 split during a U.S. Open semifinal matchup on Sunday → Read More

'Happiest Baby in the Whole Entire World' Goes Home After 694 Days in Hospital

Valentina Garnetti was released from University of Michigan's CS Mott Children's Hospital on March 24 after being diagnosed with a congenital heart condition → Read More

How to Watch WWE's WrestleMania 2021 for Free This Weekend

WrestleMania 37 will take place over two nights on April 10 and 11 → Read More

Tristan Thompson Says He Had 'All the Symptoms' of COVID-19

The 30-year-old Celtic said he plants to get a COVID-19 vaccine when he's eligible → Read More

Rare Comic Featuring the First Appearance of Superman Sells for a Record $3.25 Million

It's believed there are only about 100 copies of Action Comics #1 still in existence → Read More

Teen Born in Starbucks 18 Years Ago Reunites with Barista Who Helped His Mom Give Birth

Griffin Baron was 21 when he helped deliver Jonathan Celner in 2002 → Read More

Olympic Karate Athlete Sakura Kokumai Was Target of Racist Rant While Training at Park: 'I Was Scared'

Sakura Kokumai was training at Grijalva Park in Orange, California, when a stranger began yelling at her → Read More

NBA's Larry Nance Jr. Reportedly Recovering After Battling Mystery Illness That Kept Him from Team

The Cleveland Cavaliers forward reportedly lost a significant amount of weight in the week after coming down with the illness → Read More

Yahoo Answers, a Longtime Place for the Internet's Weirdest Questions, Will Be Shut Down in May

Yahoo Answers, which has served as a popular Q&A platform on the internet since 2005, will enter a "read-only" mode starting on April 20 → Read More

NBA Legend Paul Pierce No Longer with ESPN as Analyst After Racy Instagram Live Video

Paul Pierce, who won an NBA title with the Boston Celtics in 2008, was fired after he was seen partying in an Instagram livestream video → Read More

Red Sox Debut Radical Yellow and Blue Uniforms Inspired by Patriots' Day and Boston Marathon

The Boston Red Sox's latest uniforms trade their iconic red for an eye-popping new look → Read More

Baylor Wins the 2021 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament for First National Title

Undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs faced the Baylor Bears for the NCAA men's basketball tournament's championship on Monday night → Read More

Some Americans Are Eligible for a 'Plus-up' Payment with Their Latest Stimulus Check

The IRS will be sending additional money to people who may be owed more after submitting their 2020 tax returns → Read More

MLB Pitcher Ty Buttrey Retires at 28, Says Baseball Became 'More of a Business and Less of a Game'

"The older I got, the more I realized this dream to play professional baseball wasn't what I actually wanted," Ty Buttrey wrote in a lengthy Instagram post announcing his retirement → Read More