Atlanta Journal-Constitution: A tractor-trailer carrying Little Debbie snack cakes overturned early Friday in Bartow County, Ga., spilling the treats all over the interstate. The closed northbound lanes were later reopened.
“That simple question — “what can I do?” can go a long way. It conveys interest, care, and concern. What if more journalists covering the Newtown anniversary asked questions like this: “What type of coverage do you want to see from us?” “What’s missing from our coverage?” “How can we help?””—How the media can improve its coverage of Newtown anniversary, tragedies
The government shutdown has left 800,000 workers furloughed without pay. But members of Congress are still getting their salary. Ed O’Keefe reports on some members who are refusing or donating their paychecks.
“Within 24 hrs of the tragedy at Columbine High School, he said, ‘You’re going to be pulled in so many different directions: Your students, your staff the community members. There’s going to be so much that you’re asked to do. But if you don’t help yourself, you can’t help others.’ So I immediately got into some counseling to give me coping skills that would allow me to continue.”—
Would you get married if there was a set expiration date? At the end of a predetermined time period, you could continue being married, or you could get divorced. Think of it as a prenup with time instead of money. This is what Paul Rampell, a Palm Beach lawyer who specializes in estate planning,…
Well, I think this is a terrible idea. But I am excited to watch Nia hash it out with the author of the piece and the guy who was the inspiration for “HItch” at 12:30: http://www.washingtonpost.com/posttv/c/live