Lori Hinnant, Trisha Thomas and Krista Larson, Associated Press Updated 11:08 pm PST, Wednesday, December 19, 2018 FILE - In this Oct. 8, 2016 file photo, the hull of a fishing boat that capsized off the coast of Libya sits outside, at the NATO base in the Sicilian town of Melili, Italy. The story of the fishing boat known as the "peschereccio" and its passengers reflects how migrants can simply vanish worldwide, sometimes without a trace. less FILE - In this Oct. 8, 2016 file photo, the hull of a fishing boat that capsized off the coast of Libya sits outside, at the NATO base in the Sicilian town of Melili, Italy. The story of the fishing boat known ... more Photo: Salvatore Cavalli, AP Photo: Salvatore Cavalli, AP Image 1 of / 15 Caption Close Image 1 of 15 FILE - In this … [Read more...] about The Mediterranean’s deadliest shipwreck just got deadlier
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Gillian Brockell, The Washington Post Published 5:03 am PST, Monday, November 12, 2018 From left: Julia Grant and former First Lady Michelle Obama. From left: Julia Grant and former First Lady Michelle Obama. Photo: Matthew Brady/Brady-Handy Photograph Collection/Library Of Congress; Matt McClain, The Washington Post. Photo: Matthew Brady/Brady-Handy Photograph Collection/Library Of Congress; Matt McClain, The Washington Post. Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 From left: Julia Grant and former First Lady Michelle Obama. From left: Julia Grant and former First Lady Michelle Obama. Photo: Matthew Brady/Brady-Handy Photograph Collection/Library Of Congress; Matt McClain, The Washington Post. Julia Grant couldn't find a publisher for her memoir. … [Read more...] about Julia Grant couldn’t find a publisher for her memoir. Michelle Obama got paid millions for hers.
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By Daniela Sternitzky-Di Napoli Published 7:23 pm, Friday, June 29, 2018 Now Playing: Paul Wall made a surprise guest appearance in Constable Alan Rosen's lip sync challenge June 29, 2018. Wall is also teaming up with Harris County Constable Precinct 1 for the Back 2 School Basketball Bash, August 11 at Eisenhower High School. Media: Houston Chronicle Texas officers have taken their time spent not battling crime to engage in a different kind of battle between various police departments across the state. It all started when a Bexar County police officer posted a video to Facebook of himself lip-syncing to a Spanish song. CRAZY RIDE: Houston-area police officer delivers baby in credit union parking lot A San Antonio Police Officer posted a response video of himself lip-syncing NSYNC's "Bye, Bye, Bye," and from there is escalated to several departments across the state including the Williamson County Police Department, Austin Police Department, Bastrop … [Read more...] about Texas police departments are engaged in battle and Houston rapper Paul Wall just got in on it
When freshman Eden Hebron wanted to capture the searing experience of being in a classroom where a fellow student killed her best friend and three other people, she turned to poetry. The result was "1216," named after the number of the room at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School: "The screams blasting in my ear. The blood still won't disappear. I scream for their names, call for my friends. Nothing else to do, they are gone, they are dead." The community at Marjory Stoneman Douglas has become best-known for the handful of charismatic students who have channeled their grief and outrage over the Feb. 14 shooting to reignite the national debate on gun control. But most of the 3,000-plus students are coming to terms with the trauma in quieter ways — writing poetry, filming documentaries, reconstructing the crime scene and trying to balance their memories with the need to move on. The attack that ultimately claimed 17 lives began in the hallway outside Hebron's honors English class. … [Read more...] about Parkland Students Quietly Share Stories to Process Trauma: ‘I’ve Just Got to Push Through’