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Past articles by Rebecca:

9 GOP-led states ask federal judge in Texas to end DACA program protections for "Dreamers"

The Texas-led lawsuit seeks to end a rule that protects nearly hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants. → Read More

Elon Musk says Ye suspended from Twitter after posting swastika inside the Star of David

"I tried my best. Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence," Musk said. → Read More

Musk's Twitter "amnesty" plan for suspended accounts alarms activists

"You will have blood on your hands @elonmusk," said award-winning journalist Hopewell Chin'ono. → Read More

Colorado club shooting suspect is non-binary, attorneys say

The suspect faces multiple murder and hate crime charges over the shooting at Club Q. → Read More

Senate Judiciary Committee to review "serious allegations" of 2014 Supreme Court leak

Justice Alito and a donor at the center of the allegations both deny any involvement in the claims. → Read More

Musk sells $3.95 billion of Tesla shares after Twitter takeover

Musk's net worth has dropped by $70 billion since he bid for Twitter in April. → Read More

Thousands evacuated in Washington state as 71 large fires burn in U.S.

There's an unusually high number of wildfires burning in the Pacific Northwest, Intermountain West and Canada. → Read More

Deadly Hurricane Fiona lashes Bermuda with heavy rains ahead of expected Canada hit

Canadian officials are warning of a "severe event for Atlantic Canada and eastern Quebec." → Read More

Record North Atlantic marine heat wave threatens marine life

"Almost every marine heatwave is warmer than the last because of ... climate change," NOAA scientist says. → Read More

Lindsey Graham to propose new national abortion restrictions bill

The senator is due to announce the bill Tuesday, less than 2 months out from the midterms. → Read More

Southwest stares down steep water cuts deadline with Colorado River at drought tipping point

States that rely on the river basin for water supplies have until Tuesday to outline plans or the Biden administration will step in. → Read More

Biden digs at Trump in White House Correspondents' dinner speech

"American democracy is not a reality show," he said in one of several swipes at Trump. → Read More

FBI chief Wray addresses 59% jump in police officer murders

"Wearing the badge shouldn't make you a target," Wray told CBS' "60 Minutes." → Read More

Trump: Russian invasion of Ukraine is "crime against humanity"

"The problem with Putin is he's got a very big ego" and won't back down, Trump told Fox News tonight. → Read More

Zelensky says Russia's deadly children's hospital strike "proof of genocide"

"Atrocity! How much longer will the world be an accomplice ignoring terror?" Zelensky said. → Read More

Thousands evacuate deadly floods in Australia as heavy rains lash Sydney

At least 12 people have died following days of flooding and heavy rains in southeastern Australia. → Read More

Tesla accused of systemic racial discrimination in California lawsuit

Tesla said ahead of the lawsuit that the California agency's action was "misguided." → Read More

Airlines cancel dozens of holiday flights due to Omicron surge

United told Axios about 120 flights planned for Christmas Eve have been canceled. → Read More

Biden administration approves 2 solar farms in California desert

The administration has also moved moved to solicit interest in more solar power developments in other Western states. → Read More

Storms lash flood-hit Pacific Northwest as river overflows at U.S.-Canada border

Evacuation orders were issued in Canada and there was at least 1 mudslide in British Columbia tonight. → Read More