Columbine High School Shootings Fast Facts

February 12, 2016 – In her first television interview, Susan Klebold speaks to Diane Sawyer. Klebold states that “If I had recognized that Dylan was experiencing some real mental distress, he would not have been there,” she says. “He would’ve gotten help. I don’t ever, for a moment, mean to imply that I’m not conscious […]

PBS’ ‘World on Fire’ offers something besides the usual heroics of a World War II story

Where we expect deepening displays of sympathy and resolution, the series often veers toward the opposite. We also get one heck of a cliffhanger at the tail end. After the disappointment of being left in the lurch by “Sanditon” earlier this year, “Masterpiece” viewers can at least take comfort in the news that a second […]

Being Buried Alone — Coronavirus’ Cruel Impact On Family Mourning In Our New World Of Isolation

“Since then I haven’t been able to be with my parents and go through the grieving process with them because they’re in a senior living community and they won’t allow visitors so it’s pretty hard,” Wyant said. She says she felt isolated during the grieving process but she has taken extra time to prepare a […]

As Keir Starmer Stands on the Brink of Labour Leadership Victory, Is It the End for Corbynism?

In January Ms Long-Bailey was asked by a journalist to rate Corbyn’s leadership skills and replied: “I thought Corbyn was one of most honest kind principled politicians I’ve ever met … I’d give him 10 out of 10, because I respect him and I supported him all the way through.” Just a reminded to all […]

Two young American doctors spend honeymoon fighting coronavirus

As an internal medicine chief resident overseeing teams of residents, she rotates through different hospitals in New York, the epicenter of America’s coronavirus outbreak. So far the disease has infected more than one million people and killed over 50,000 worldwide.

Commission seeks clarity on absentees for Wisconsin election

From left Katherine Katsekes, and Diane Scott, both paid volunteers, help sort absentee ballots by ward to be opened on election day at Brookfield City Hall, Tuesday, March 31, 2020. Many area communities are having a steady stream of residents voting early as concerns about the coronavirus raise questions about the upcoming April 7 election. […]

A ghost in kiss curls: how Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun share a mask

This March, the National Portrait Gallery in London brings the work of Cahun and Wearing together for the first time. Slipping between genders and personae in their photographic self-images, Wearing and Cahun become others while inventing themselves. “We were born in different times, we have different concerns, and we come from different backgrounds. She didn’t […]

The Best Books to Read During The Coronavirus Pandemic, According to PEOPLE Editors

Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid Written in the style of an oral history, this breezy read about a legendary ‘70s rock band and the ill-fated love story that led to its untimely split will have you combing through the Rolling Stone archives double-checking whether Daisy Jones and the Six was actually […]

The White House Has Pitched A Nominee For Manhattan’s Powerful US Attorney Opening

Berman coleads the New Jersey office of the law firm Greenberg Traurig but also practices in New York. He would bring Justice Department experience to the job, having served as an assistant US attorney in the Southern District of New York from 1990 to 1994, according to his law firm bio online. In May, multiple […]