The news out of Cleveland is a somber kind of celebratory. Three women, held captive for a decade, have finally found their freedom. Their alleged captor has been arrested and
The world today is full of opinions and personal views. The Internet and social media open doors to a whole new level of human interaction and networking. But although this
News about the extra-marital affairs carried on by top officials in Washington has a tendency to get fingers pointing and tongues wagging. In this day and age, we’re all at
I live in New York City. Tonight the public transportation systems shut down as we brace for Hurricane Sandy. Forecasters warn of a possible superstorm that could affect the Eastern
I’m not usually an eavesdropper, but the conversation on the subway got my attention. “Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeease?” the girl was saying as she gave her two college-age friends her most winning smile.
Last month my brother left for Afghanistan. He is a United States Marine and scheduled for a 14-month deployment to a “Forward Operating Base,” which, in layperson terms, is a
On Facebook, six of my friends were talking about flu symptoms. Further down in my news feed, CBS News reported on more violence in Syria, while The New York Times