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New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Nicholas:

Republicans Throw A Tantrum During Second Impeachment Hearing

Lawmakers protested the proceedings and made theatrical outbursts in defense of the president. → Read More

Google's 'Knowledge Panels' Are Very Bad At Labeling Terrorists And Cult Leaders

Mass murderers are listed as real estate investors or doctors, and white supremacists get the titles of "writer" and "publisher." → Read More

Rep. Steve King Retweeted Far-Right Influencer With History Of Holocaust Denial

Really weird how the Republican congressman keeps making this mistake. → Read More

Why Should Anyone Believe Gordon Sondland Didn't Connect Burisma To Biden?

Does the EU ambassador read the news? → Read More

Candidates Target Tulsi Gabbard For Her Ties To Fox News And Dictators

Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg both heavily criticized the Hawaii congresswoman during the Democratic primary debate. → Read More

The Impeachment Of Donald Trump Is Starting. Here's What To Know.

The proceedings will be televised and give the most visible look yet at the effort to impeach the president. → Read More

How A Conspiracy Theory About The Notre Dame Cathedral Led To A Mosque Shooting

Disinformation can bleed into the real world in violent ways. It happened in the French city of Bayonne. → Read More

What Happens To Terror Groups When You Kill Their Leader?

Studies of leadership decapitation suggest groups like ISIS often find ways to survive. → Read More

Canada's Right-Wing Populist, Anti-Immigrant Party Got Crushed

The People's Party of Canada failed to win a single seat in Monday's election. → Read More

Justin Trudeau Set To Win Canada's Election

Canadians voted in one of the closest and most contentious election campaigns the country has seen in decades. → Read More

Trump's History Of Asking Foreign Governments To Do His Dirty Work

The president has long tried to solicit damaging information against his opponents. → Read More

Israel’s Election Sticks Netanyahu Between Indictments And Gridlocked Government

Benjamin Netanyahu failed to get a clear victory in Israel's vote. What happens now? → Read More

First Came A Mysterious Explosion, Then The Russian Denials

The Kremlin won’t say much about a blast at a secretive Russian nuclear reactor. → Read More

The White House Is Split On Iran, With One Side Thirsty For Conflict

A divide in the Trump administration is producing nonsensical policies, say former officials and experts. → Read More

They're Not Lone Wolves. El Paso Was The Latest Target In Global White Supremacist Movement

The shooter may have acted alone, but he's part of a network that stretches from Christchurch to Quebec City to Oslo. → Read More

Iran Seizes British Oil Tanker In Strait Of Hormuz, State Media Claims

The incident, involving the Stena Impero tanker, comes a day after Iran seized another tanker and the U.S. claimed to have downed an Iranian drone. → Read More

Senate Democrats To Force Vote On Trump’s Power To Launch War With Iran

After threatening a key defense bill, senators are slated to vote on an amendment to rein in the president’s ability to initiate military action. → Read More

Democratic Senators Consider Filibuster To Force Vote On Iran

Senators may block a key defense bill to force President Trump to get congressional approval for a war on Iran. → Read More

The Trump Administration's Pressure On Iran Is Creeping Toward Conflict

Iran's downing of a U.S. drone is the latest in a dangerous escalation. → Read More

Sudan's Crisis Puts The Country On The Brink Of Disaster

After ousting a long-reigning dictator, Sudan's protest movement fears the military is gripping onto power. → Read More