Trump’s Washington faces one last week of uproar in 2018:
A frenzied year in Washington is going out with a roar as the political forces that combined to make the first half of President Donald Trump’s mandate so turbulent come to a head in a hugely consequential run-up to the holidays.
At a teen’s funeral, a priest condemned suicide and ‘basically called our son a sinner,’ mother says:
Grieving the most tragic loss two parents could endure, Jeff and Linda Hullibarger expected comfort from a priest’s homily at their son Maison’s funeral.
Youngest survivor of Ebola outbreak brings hope to Congo caregivers:
The youngest survivor of the Ebola outbreak received her discharge certificate from the Beni Ebola Treatment Center on Wednesday, according to the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Ministry of Health.
Teen tells climate negotiators they aren’t mature enough:
Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old Swedish environmental activist, all but shamed the 190 countries represented at the United Nations COP24 conference in Poland last week.
Frank Kaminsky Carries Baby Down 40-Plus Stories During High-Rise Evacuation:
However, Kaminsky can now add good Samaritan to that list.
Per Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer, Kaminsky was playing Fortnite on Thursday when the fire alarm went off in his high-rise building. He grabbed a box of Cheez-Its and started walking but saw one of his neighbors was trying to take a baby and a dog downstairs. Kaminsky then took action and helped carry the baby down 46 flights to get out of the building.
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