Haiti, the Caribbean nation Sandy hit hardest, is faced with yet another devastating disaster.
Archives for October 2012
A four-year-old has had enough of campaign 2012.
Waiting for the outpouring, how money is buying an election near you, the mystery of the disappearing gravestone letters, are you afraid to show a tattoo, and why is your situation your situation?
How long is a reasonable period of time to accept waiting before the government forces move in to help you put your life back together?
Does humor have any role in tragedy?
Theory: The proliferation of jack-o-lantern artistry has made the world a tougher place for kids who carve three triangles and something resembling a mouth into your basic pumpkin.
One thing we’ve learned after all these years of the journalism profession, old school is still cool. The still photographer is still the most fearless and respectable journalist.
In the aftermath of disaster, leaders call upon skills which seldom come up as issues in a campaign.
This has been quite a 24 hours for people who fake things.
When people do their jobs, the mammogram debate, when the jocks step up, what hath the San Francisco Giants wrought, and those magnificent cameras in their flying machines.
This latest video from the Coast Guard, showing its rescue of most of the crew of the tall ship Bounty off the coast, is a stark reminder that there are people who get in helicopters, fly into a hurricane, hover 30 feet above pitching seas, and then jump into the ocean that threatens to swallow Read more →
Do astronauts ever got bored looking at the earth?
Can you be fired for voting the ‘wrong way?’
What makes the image of soldiers guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in hurricane rain particularly poignant is the individual soldiers from the Army’s 3rd Infantry Regiment do not have to.
A stunning comparison of the effect of Hurricane Sandy on air traffic all over the United States.