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Hilary Hanson


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Recent articles by Hilary:

Susan Collins: Supreme Court Vacancy Should Not Be Filled Until After Election

In the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, the Maine Republican senator said the next Supreme Court justice should be picked by the winner of November's... → Read More

Felicity Jones Remembers Ruth Bader Ginsburg As 'Beacon Of Light'

The actor, who played a young Ginsburg in "On the Basis of Sex," said she will miss the late Supreme Court associate justice "deeply." → Read More

'RBG' Directors Recall How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Wanted People To Remember Her

The Supreme Court justice showed "characteristic modesty" when the documentary co-directors asked her the question. → Read More

Parents Say Son Died In Wildfire Trying To Save Grandmother

Wyatt Tofte and grandmother Peggy Mosso perished -- along with the family dog, Duke -- trying to escape the fire that engulfed their Oregon home. → Read More

Northeastern University Dismisses 11 Students For Gathering In Room Together

The students had to leave campus and will not be reimbursed for the semester's tuition. → Read More

Gas Explosion At Mosque Kills At Least 16 In Bangladesh

At least 16 Muslim worshipers were killed and dozens more injured after a pipeline exploded near Baitus Salat Jame Mosque at Narayanganj. → Read More

Thousands Protest In Mauritius After Oil Spill, Dozens Of Dead Dolphins

The massive march was sparked by outrage over the government's slow response to the island nation's worst environmental disaster in years. → Read More

California Bans Sale Of Flavored Tobacco Products, Including E-Cigarettes

The state's new law will prohibit the sale of flavored cigarettes and vaping cartridges but exempts hookah products, loose-leaf pipe tobacco and premium cigars. → Read More

Leonard Cohen's Estate Slams GOP For Using 'Hallelujah' At RNC

The legendary singer's estate said it had specifically denied permission to use the song and was considering legal action. → Read More

California Heat Wave Prompts First Rolling Blackouts Since 2001

The state is taking drastic measures as extreme heat strains its power grid. → Read More

Beluga Whales Brought To Sea Sanctuary After Nearly A Decade At Aquarium

Little Grey and Little White were captured from the wild and kept first at a research center, then an aquarium. Now, they're back in the ocean. → Read More

California Deer Face Their Own Deadly Virus — And Social Distancing Could Help

An outbreak of adenovirus hemorrhagic disease has hit deer in five California counties. → Read More

'Inseparable' Lion Pair Euthanized At L.A. Zoo Because Of Age, Declining Health

Hubert and Kalisa, both 21, were known to zoo staff and visitors for their deep bond. → Read More

North Atlantic Right Whales 'One Step From Extinction,' Report Warns

The whales are newly listed as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. → Read More

Conservation Officer Fired For Refusing To Shoot Bear Cubs Wins Court Victory

A judge in Canada ruled Bryce Casavant was improperly dismissed. → Read More

LAPD Accused Of Shooting Man In Wheelchair In The Face With Rubber Bullets

A viral image shows a man bent over in his wheelchair, blood pouring from above his eye, in front of a line of Los Angeles police officers. → Read More

Farms Have Killed Off Millions Of Animals As Supply Chains Break. But These Hens Made It Out.

As an Iowa farmer scaled down operations, he took the rare step of giving chickens away. Rescue groups swooped in. → Read More

Russian Diesel Spill That Stained Rivers Red May Have Been Due To Melting Permafrost

Thousands of tons of diesel leaked into waterways in a major accident at a power plant in Siberia. → Read More

SpaceX Launches 2 NASA Astronauts Into Orbit In Historic Mission

Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, aboard the Crew Dragon, are the first Americans to blast off into space from U.S. soil in nearly a decade. → Read More

NYC Transit Union Backs Bus Drivers Who Refuse To Transport Protesters For NYPD

The city's transit union voiced its support after a viral video showed a bus driver apparently defying police orders to drive a group of people under arrest. → Read More