Nick Visser, HuffPost India

Nick Visser

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Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Recent articles by Nick:

Typhoon Hagibis Leaves At Least 58 Dead In Japan

The storm was the worst to hit the country in decades, with some regions getting up to 3 feet of rain in just 24 hours. → Read More

Fake President Shoots Media Members In Graphic Video Shown At Pro-Trump Event: Report

The New York Times reports the video shows a fake Trump attacking versions of PBS and HuffPost, as well as a fake Bernie Sanders. → Read More

Trump Lobs Insults At Biden, Omar In First Rally Since Impeachment Inquiry Began

The president said Biden “was only a good vice president because he understood how to kiss Barack Obama’s ass." → Read More

Former Watergate Prosecutors Say Trump Should Be Impeached

The group drew clear parallels between the current president and Richard Nixon in a Washington Post op-ed. → Read More

‘The Whistleblower Is Not The Story': Lawyers Defend Client As Trump Rages About ‘Scam’

The anonymous person has "never worked for or advised" a political campaign, the attorneys said. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi Calls Trump’s Bluff: ‘You Are Not Above The Law’

The White House refused to cooperate with the impeachment inquiry, calling it an "unconstitutional" effort to overturn the 2016 election. → Read More

Californians Can Soon Access HIV Prevention Drugs Without A Prescription

Gov. Gavin Newsom said pre-exposure and post-exposure drugs have "transformed our fight against HIV and AIDS." → Read More

Newly Revealed Trump Administration Texts On Ukraine Appear To Show Clear Quid Pro Quos

Trump’s call with the leader of Ukraine has prompted an impeachment inquiry as Democrats condemn what they call brazen efforts to extract political favors. → Read More

Some Florida Teachers Can Now Carry Guns In The Classroom

The state's Guardian Program was expanded to include educators who pass screenings and undergo at least 144 hours of training. → Read More

Bernie Sanders Raised More Than $25 Million This Quarter, Campaign Says

That figure came from 1.4 million donations, an average of $18.07 apiece. → Read More

Whistleblower's Attorneys Worry For Client's Safety

In a letter forwarded to lawmakers, lawyers for the anonymous whistleblower wrote they have "serious concerns." → Read More

Trump Proposes Slashing Refugee Resettlement Program By Nearly Half

The figure, capped at 18,000, would be the lowest level in the modern history of a program meant to aid people fleeing violence and persecution. → Read More

Bombshell Whistleblower Complaint About Trump’s Ukraine Conduct Released

The devastating document accuses the White House of covering up President Donald Trump’s Ukraine phone call, and says top officials were “deeply disturbed.” → Read More

World’s Ice And Oceans Under Dire Threat, Shocking UN Report Warns

Hundreds of millions of people in coastal areas would be threatened if climate change continues unabated, the UN’s climate body warned. → Read More

World’s Ice And Oceans Under Dire Threat, Shocking UN Report Warns

Hundreds of millions of people in coastal areas would be threatened if climate change continues unabated, the UN's climate body warned. → Read More

New Storm Threatens Puerto Rico As Karen Churns In The Caribbean

The island is still recovering from the devastation left by 2017's Hurricane Maria. → Read More

From Sydney To San Francisco, Millions To Strike For Global Climate Action

The day of protest precedes the United Nations summit on how to rein in the worst effects of climate change. → Read More

Humberto Strengthens Into Hurricane After Turning Away From Devastated Bahamas

The slow-moving storm narrowly missed the country, where recovery efforts from Hurricane Dorian are just beginning. → Read More

2,500 People Are Reported Missing In The Bahamas After Hurricane Dorian

At least 50 people were killed by the storm, and the country's prime minister said he expected that number to climb "significantly." → Read More

Bloomberg Will Spend $160 Million To Fight Vaping Epidemic As Death Toll Rises

At least 450 people have been sickened by mysterious illnesses after using vaping devices and a sixth person died this week. → Read More