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Nick Visser


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Recent articles by Nick:

46 Migrants Found Dead Inside Tractor-Trailer Near San Antonio

At least 16 others were taken to hospitals after the rig was found abandoned on the outskirts of the Texas city. → Read More

Lead Plaintiff In Case That Legalized Same-Sex Marriage ‘Disgusted’ With Supreme Court

“My immediate reaction was anger," Jim Obergefell said after the Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade. → Read More

Rudy Giuliani Has Grocery Store Worker Arrested For Slap On The Back

“All of the sudden I feel a shot on my back, like somebody shot me," the former New York City mayor said. → Read More

California Vows Stronger Gun Laws After Supreme Court Decision

"Today’s Court thinks that gun regulations should be frozen in time," Gov. Gavin Newsom said. → Read More

Biden 'Considering' Gas Tax Holiday To Lower Price At The Pump

The gas tax is currently 18.4 cents a gallon. Any freeze would require action by Congress. → Read More

Abbott Reportedly Told Of Concerns At Baby Formula Plant Months Earlier Than Known

The baby formula maker reopened its plant this month, but shortages are expected to linger for weeks. → Read More

Senate Candidate Blake Masters Accosts Democrat Wearing BLM Shirt At GOP Mixer

“I intervened and put an end to that," Masters told local media after the fracas. → Read More

Former EPA Chief Had Security Drive Into Oncoming Traffic To Get Dry Cleaning

Scott Pruitt is one of several Republicans running for Oklahoma's soon-to-be vacant Senate seat. → Read More

'We’re Very Tired': Hair Salon Shooting Victim Speaks As FBI Opens Hate Crime Probe

“I cannot wait to stand before you and announce that we’ve made an arrest," the Dallas police chief said Monday. → Read More

Guggenheim Museum Latest To Drop Sackler Name Amid Outcry Over Opioid Epidemic

The family has drawn ongoing furor over its role marketing OxyContin to Americans. → Read More

Mark Esper Says He Had To Swat Down ‘Dangerous’ Trump Ideas Every Few Weeks

The former Pentagon chief said he had to prevent "things that could have taken the country in a dark direction." → Read More

U.S. Intelligence Reportedly Helped Ukraine Sink Russian Flagship Last Month

The revelation follows reports that U.S. intelligence helped Ukraine target and kill Russian generals. → Read More

U.S. Intelligence Has Reportedly Helped Ukraine Kill Russian Generals

Ukraine says it has killed around 12 generals during the war. → Read More

Supreme Court Leak Shows Justices Preparing To Overturn Roe, Politico Reports

“Roe was egregiously wrong from the start," Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the document, obtained by the website. → Read More

Qantas Unveils Longest Passenger Flights In The World

“It’s the last frontier and the final fix for the tyranny of distance," the airline's CEO said. → Read More

Is Russia Using Dolphins To Guard Key Naval Base? Photos Suggest So, Analyst Says.

Militaries, including the U.S. Navy, have been training dolphins and other animals for decades. → Read More

Halyna Hutchins' Family Seeks Removal Of Videos Taken After 'Rust' Set Shooting

“The damage your office has done is irreparable," a lawyer for the slain cinematographer's family said. → Read More

U.S. Diplomats Return To Ukraine, Hope To Reopen Kyiv Embassy ‘As Soon As Possible’

The State Department said it would continue to support the "people of Ukraine as they bravely defend their country.” → Read More

7-Hour Gap In Trump Logs From Jan. 6 ‘Suspiciously Tailored,’ Panel Member Says

“It’s a very unusual thing for us to find," Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) said on Sunday. → Read More

What Is A War Crime And How Are War Criminals Punished?

Joe Biden has labeled Russia's Vladimir Putin a war criminal. But what does that mean, and who decides? → Read More