HTV National Desk Published 9:04 am PDT, Thursday, November 1, 2018 Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford, a physician and expert in obesity medicine, told CNN she was on a flight from Indianapolis to Boston on Tuesday when a woman sitting next to her started shaking and hyperventilating. Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford, a physician and expert in obesity medicine, told CNN she was on a flight from Indianapolis to Boston on Tuesday when a woman sitting next to her started shaking and hyperventilating. Photo: Fatima Cody Stanford Click through the slideshow to see the racial incidents that have made national headlines recently. Click through the slideshow to see the racial incidents that have made national headlines recently. Photo: Drew Angerer / Getty Images San Jose State University student Esra Altun, 19, said a man yanked her by her hijab, causing it to … [Read more...] about Doctor says airline workers didn’t believe she was a physician when she tried to help passenger
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A man’s pain turned to joy when he joined a $1 million-winning lottery pool at a local hospital after breaking his hip while walking to buy a ticket. Earl Livingston, 87, of Blackwood, New Jersey, was walking to the store Tuesday to pick up a lottery ticket when he fell and broke his hip. He was taken to Jefferson Stratford Hospital, where he shared his story with staff members. “He told them he was on his way to buy a lottery ticket and he was disappointed that he didn’t get it,” Livingston’s niece, Bobbie Mickle, told NBC10. “So they said, ‘Why don’t you go in with us? We’re also buying a lottery ticket.’” A physician’s assistant welcomed Livingston into the hospital’s lottery pool along with 141 others. That pool ended up including a winning, $1 million ticket purchased in Lindenwold, New Jersey. The winning numbers have been drawn for the estimated $1.6 billion Mega Millions lottery … [Read more...] about New Jersey Man Joins $1 Million-Winning Lottery Pool at Hospital After Breaking Hip on His Way to Buying Ticket
FORT LEE, N.J. — A young man wearing a baseball cap sat alone in his convertible at the drive-through lane of a Dunkin’ Donuts here, the top down on a warm October afternoon, waiting to order Munchkins and coffee. He did not notice, from behind, the approach of a man carrying a baseball bat. The stranger smashed the bat into the back of the driver’s head and ran away. The driver, dazed and bleeding, lurched his car out of the line and crashed into another vehicle on Bergen Boulevard. The attack was as brief as it was brutal, but it was long in the making. A couple of years, at least, perhaps longer. The yearnings of the heart don’t come with time stamps, and long-game acts of deceit and betrayal don’t lend themselves to simple when-and-where entries on police reports. The chain of events that led to and followed that attack would not be a straight one, but a twisting series of seemingly random and bizarre actions and reactions no one could have seen … [Read more...] about A new wife, a secret past, and a trail of loss and blood
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByJulia Jacobs July 19, 2018 In 1971, Pamela Mason was a college freshman living in Ohio when she got pregnant. She knew immediately that she wanted an abortion, but the procedure was heavily restricted in her state. Still, she wanted to find a way. The clinic near her university’s campus referred her to an abortion clinic in Manhattan, and when she was about 10 weeks along, Ms. Mason and her boyfriend scraped together enough money to drive to New York City. In 1970, three years before Roe v. Wade established a constitutional right to abortion, New York legalized the procedure, turning the state into a magnet for women who wanted to terminate their pregnancies but were barred from doing so where they lived. “I was very relieved because New York was doable. It was 500 miles away,” said Ms. Mason, … [Read more...] about Before Roe, New York Was America’s ‘Abortion Capital.’ Where Will Women Turn if Access Shrinks?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByNick Corasaniti and Matt Flegenheimer June 5, 2018 VERONA, N.J. — With the path to a possible Democratic takeover of the House in November running through suburban districts in blue states like this one, several candidates in New Jersey on Tuesday officially earned their spot on the front lines, winning their party’s nomination for critical contests this fall. In perhaps the most closely watched contest, Mikie Sherrill, a former Navy pilot and federal prosecutor, won the Democratic nomination in the 11th District, The Associated Press reported, where Representative Rodney Frelinghuysen, a Republican, is retiring from a seat that a Democrat has not held since the 1980s. Ms. Sherrill became the latest woman to prevail in a nationwide wave of female candidacies and will now continue a nearly 18-month … [Read more...] about Democrats Gain Spots to Battle for Crucial House Seats in New Jersey