Eli Rosenberg and Abby Ohlheiser, The Washington Post Published 9:14 pm PST, Tuesday, February 5, 2019 Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg poses with other Justices of the United States Supreme Court during their official group photo at the Supreme Court on Nov. 30, 2018 in Washington. Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg poses with other Justices of the United States Supreme Court during their official group photo at the Supreme Court on Nov. 30, 2018 in Washington. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jabin Botsford Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jabin Botsford Image 1 of / 12 Caption Close Image 1 of 12 Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg poses with other Justices of the United States Supreme Court during their official group photo at the Supreme Court on Nov. 30, 2018 in … [Read more...] about Ruth Bader Ginsburg was seen in public Monday. Conspiracy theorists still insist she’s dead.
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page John R. Ellement and Travis Andersen Globe Staff February 01, 2019 A second child in Massachusetts has died from flu-related complications, state public health officials confirmed on Friday. The Department of Public Health identified the girl only as a female child from Middlesex County. The news came one day after officials had confirmed the flu-related death of 12-year-old Aaron Zenus, a student at Stacy Middle School in Milford. The DPH said both children died within the past week, and the cases appear to be unrelated. Last year there was just one pediatric flu-related death in Massachusetts. Advertisement “January and February are typically the height of the flu season, and flu-related complications can result in very serious, life-threatening illness and even death, among both children and adults,” said Dr. Larry Madoff, director of … [Read more...] about Increase in flu cases reported in Massachusetts but hospitalizations are down
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | Why Trump’s Unusual Leadership Style Isn’t Working in the White House Supported by Common Sense ByJames B. Stewart Jan. 10, 2019 Donald J. Trump’s highly personal management style as a businessman — impetuous, impolitic, sometimes immature — worked. At the very least, it wasn’t publicly discredited very often. Mr. Trump ran his own private company. It was small and largely hidden from the prying eyes of shareholders and government regulators. He was surrounded by longtime loyalists and family members. His main public exposure unfolded in staged settings, on softball talk shows or his own reality-TV show. Now President Trump is running a much larger enterprise. Two years into the Trump administration, it’s increasingly apparent that while the management … [Read more...] about Why Trump’s Unusual Leadership Style Isn’t Working in the White House
WOLF POINT, Mont. – The faint scars on Ruth Fourstar's arms testify to a difficult life on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation: the physical and emotional abuse at home, the bullying at school, the self-harm that sent her rotating through mental health facilities and plunged her to a remedial program from the honor roll. A diploma from Wolf Point High School could be a ticket out of this isolated prairie town in eastern Montana. Instead, Fourstar, 17, sees her school as a dead end. The tutoring she was promised to get her back on track did not materialize. An agreement with the high school principal to let her apply credits earned in summer courses toward graduation fell through, Fourstar said. The special education plan that the school district developed for her, supposedly to help her catch up, instead laid out how she should be disciplined. Her family fears that she will inflict the pain of not graduating on herself. "I'm just there," Fourstar said. "I feel invisible." Her … [Read more...] about ‘I feel invisible’: Native students languish in public schools
Isaac Stanley-Becker, The Washington Post Published 3:21 am PDT, Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Cleaners at the House of Commons have complained about having to clean up vomit and used condoms. Cleaners at the House of Commons have complained about having to clean up vomit and used condoms. Photo: SAKDAWUT14/Getty Images/iStockphoto Armed police officers stand guard outside the Houses of Parliament in London. Armed police officers stand guard outside the Houses of Parliament in London. Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth, Associated Press Tourists gather in Parliament Square, within sight of Big Ben, the day after the attack on London Bridge and in Borough Market. Several of the major attractions have increased their security measures, such as checking all bags and installing metal detectors. less Tourists gather in Parliament Square, within sight of Big … [Read more...] about Vomit, used condoms reportedly found in U.K. Parliament. MPs told to clean up their act.