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Janhvi Bhojwani


Janhvi Bhojwani is a reporter for NBC News. She is based in Washington, D.C.

Janhvi Bhojwani is a reporter for NBC News. She is based in Washington, D.C.

Latest from Janhvi Bhojwani

24d ago

Miss Universe Indonesia contestants speak out about sexual harassment claims

Contestants in this year’s Miss Universe Indonesia pageant are speaking out about sexual harassment they say they were subjected to by local organizers.
44d ago

Missouri man linked to death and kidnapping of 2 Black women called for chain gangs, ‘racist’ policing on Facebook

The Missouri man prosecutors have linked to the death of a Black woman found in a barrel and charged with the rape and kidnapping of another Black woman called for the return of “severe” punishment for criminals, including chain gangs, and said he supported “racist, oppressive” policing of Black people.
127d ago

Super Typhoon Mawar hits Guam as a Category 4 storm with fierce winds, knocks out power to thousands

Super Typhoon Mawar hit Guam as a Category 4 storm Wednesday, bringing hurricane-force winds and heavy rain and marking the strongest storm to hit the U.S.
146d ago

Bees on a plane delay Delta flight to Atlanta

You've heard of snakes on a plane, but how about bees on the wing of a plane?
148d ago

Three-time Olympic medalist Tori Bowie dies at age 32

Three-time Olympic medalist Tori Bowie, a Mississippi native who sprinted to gold at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games, was found dead in a Florida home, officials said Wednesday.
196d ago

Teen called racial slur and attacked on NYC subway, police say

A 14-year-old has been arrested in connection with the attack of a Black teenager on a New York City subway in which he was beaten by three people who hurled racial slurs at him, police said.
224d ago

Latino street vendor in California alleges he was harassed and bullied in viral video incident

Mexican hotdog street vendor Andrés Argüelles Álvarez opened up about being harassed by young women in California. The recorded incident has gone viral.
260d ago

Roads turn to rivers as storms drench California, claiming lives and leaving many in the dark

Millions in California remain under flood warnings and thousands are without power from storms that have flooded streets, spurred rockfalls and mudslides and forced thousands from their homes.
329d ago

Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder hires Bank of America to explore sale of franchise

The Washington Commanders' owners announced Wednesday that they had hired Bank of America in a major step toward a potential sale of the troubled NFL franchise.
334d ago

What we know about David DePape, the man accused in the Pelosi home invasion and attack

The suspect accused of violently attacking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband early Friday appeared to have far-reaching and at times contradictory political positions, according to an early dive into his background.

West endured another day of 100-degree heat and threats of rolling blackouts

Millions of people across the western United States endured punishing triple-digit temperatures, as power companies pleaded with their overheated customers to