Jaime Dunaway, Arkansas Online

Jaime Dunaway

Arkansas Online

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Jaime:

Scott, Kurrus advance to runoff in Little Rock mayor's race

Baker Kurrus and Frank Scott Jr. will advance to a runoff in the Little Rock mayor’s race after none of the five candidates reached 40 percent of the vote. → Read More

Why Are Credit Card Numbers on the Back Now?

Credit card companies started relocating the numbers in the past few years. Here’s why. → Read More

Parkland Gunman Nikolas Cruz Offers to Donate Large Inheritance to His Victims’ Families

Nikolas Cruz, who is accused of killing 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, wants to give away his money to victims' families. → Read More

Watch Mark Zuckerberg Squirm When a Congressman Asks About the Infamous Facemash

"No congressman, Facemash was a prank website that I launched in college in my dorm room." → Read More

Trump Told Pruitt, “We’ve Got Your Back” Amid Condo Scandal

President Trump called his EPA chief to offer his support, despite reports that Pruitt rented a generously cheap apartment linked to an energy lobbyist. → Read More

From Cher to Tesla, the Celebrities and Companies That Have Deleted Facebook

Including trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack, for some reason. → Read More

Retired Supreme Court Justice Wants the Second Amendment Repealed

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens wants to repeal the Second Amendment to weaken the NRA and pave the way for gun-control legislation. → Read More

Bankrupt Weinstein Company Releases Harvey’s Victims From Nondisclosure Agreements

The Weinstein Company filed for bankruptcy Monday, six months after its co-founder Harvey Weinstein was accused of widespread sexual abuse. → Read More

At Least Four Dead After “First of Its Kind” Bridge Collapses Onto Drivers in Miami

"We won't have a count on bodies for a while. It's bad. It's really bad." → Read More

Florida Department of Citrus Employee Allegedly Used Work Computers to Mine Cryptocurrency

The Department of Citrus worker was charged with grand theft and official misconduct for allegedly using several computers to mine for bitcoin. → Read More

Some Schools Will Punish Students Who Protest Gun Violence With Walkout

A national school walkout is testing schools' ability to enforce school policies while respecting students’ free speech rights. → Read More

David Chase Will Revive The Sopranos With a Prequel Film

New Line Cinema bought the screenplay for the 1960s-era film, titled The Many Saints of Newark. → Read More

Freeform’s #NotSorry Campaign for International Women’s Day Is Hardly Empowering

Bleeping women characters' apologies comes off as clumsy lip service. → Read More

An Energy Dispute Between Serbia and Kosovo Is Slowing Clocks in Europe

The system frequency deviation has caused delays of up to six minutes on clocks on the grid. → Read More

Conspiracy Theorists Arrested After Threatening Pastor at Texas Church Where Mass Shooting Occurred

“He said, ‘Your daughter never even existed. Show me anything to say she was here.’ ” → Read More

What’s With the Facebook Notifications About New Facial Recognition Features?

While the company claims the tools will improve the Facebook experience and help users manage their identity, others think it's a little more sinister. → Read More

Avengers: Infinity War Is Coming to Theaters Sooner Than We All Anticipated

"You guys wanted it. You got it. See you there April 27th." —Robert Downey Jr. → Read More

South Carolina Lawmaker Creates Gun Giveaway to Arm Teachers

The raffle would provide handguns to two teachers and one “freedom-loving patriot.” → Read More

Quincy Jones Is Really Sorry About His “Word Vomit” During Those Infamous Interviews

On Twitter, the 85-year-old musician said his talk was the result of a "long and crazy life." → Read More

A Hockey Game for the Ages, Shaun White on Skis, and Backflips at the Winter Games

If Shaun White, a noted jerk, is renowned for snowboarding the halfpipe, then why isn’t David Wise famous for skiing the same halfpipe? → Read More