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Nick Visser


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Recent articles by Nick:

Man Fatally Shot By Police Near Minneapolis During Traffic Stop, Sparking Protests

The shooting comes amid the ongoing trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin following the death of George Floyd. → Read More

Biden To Tap David Chipman As ATF Director In Effort To Rein In Gun Violence

The agency has been without a permanent leader since 2015. His confirmation battle will likely be tough. → Read More

Matt Gaetz Reportedly Sought Blanket Pardon From Trump In Final Days Of Administration

The Republican congressman is under investigation for alleged sex trafficking and allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl. → Read More

MLB All-Star Game Reportedly Moved To Denver

The event was pulled from Atlanta amid controversy over Georgia's restrictive new voting law. → Read More

UK To Fund Underwater Camera Network To Monitor Deep Ocean Wildlife

The project is intended to track the health of sharks, turtles and sea snakes that live in the high seas. → Read More

Arkansas Passes Anti-Trans Bill That Would Limit Access To Medical Care For Minors

The state legislature overwhelmingly passed the bill, part of a nationwide effort by Republicans to target transgender youth. → Read More

Giant Container Ship In Suez Canal Is On The Move

The Ever Given had been stuck since last Tuesday, effectively shutting off one of the world's busiest trade routes. → Read More

Dr. Deborah Birx: U.S. Death Toll Could Have Been Much Lower If Trump Administration Had Acted Faster

"The federal government did not provide consistent messaging to the American people and that is fault number one," Birx said. → Read More

2 African Elephant Species Now Listed As Endangered, Monitoring Group Says

A one-two punch of poaching and habitat loss threatens the creatures. → Read More

Georgia Lawmaker Charged With Felony For Knocking On Gov. Brian Kemp’s Office Door

State Rep. Park Cannon, a Black woman, was arrested and accused of obstruction after protesting a bill that makes it harder for Georgians to vote. → Read More

Georgia Republicans Just Made It Much Harder To Vote

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a restrictive new voting bill into law late Thursday, just hours after it passed the GOP-led legislature. → Read More

AstraZeneca Says Vaccine 76% Effective After Its Spat With Public Health Regulators

The company drew fire after health officials alleged the company excluded some cases of COVID-19 in clinical trial participants. → Read More

Cuomo Reportedly Gave Family Special Access To COVID-19 Tests In Pandemic's Early Days

A spokesperson for the governor said the reports were “insincere efforts to rewrite the past.” → Read More

Sydney Says People Can Dance Again As Locally Acquired COVID-19 Cases Fall To 0

"The timing is right," the New South Wales state premier said. → Read More

Capitol Riot Evidence 'Trending Towards' Sedition Charges, Former Top DOJ Official Says

Michael Sherwin also said prosecutors were still looking into former President Donald Trump's actions to inflame his supporters. → Read More

GOP Rep. Tom Reed Apologizes After Groping Claim, Won't Run For Any Office In 2022

The New York Republican had been mulling a challenge to Gov. Andrew Cuomo in 2022. → Read More

Bickering Over Words, 12 Republicans Vote To Withhold Congressional Honor From Police

"I cannot support partisan charged language found in this bill," Rep. Andy Harris said after voting against giving the Capitol Police the Congressional G... → Read More

North Korea Warns U.S. Against ‘Causing A Stink,' Breaking Silence

The comments were Pyongyang’s first official statement of the Biden presidency. → Read More

Fencing Around U.S. Capitol To Be Scaled Back, Officials Say No 'Known, Credible Threat'

The 7-foot-tall barriers have been in place since the Jan. 6 insurrection. Lawmakers from both parties have called for them to be removed. → Read More

No Evidence AstraZeneca Vaccine Causes Increased Blood Clot Risk, Company Says

"We are going beyond the standard practices for safety monitoring," the drug company said amid concerns about its coronavirus vaccine. → Read More