1. A doctor who treated victims of Wednesday’s Fort Hood shooting said he hopes “the acts of madness by two individuals” don’t taint the nation’s perception of a military base thousands of individuals call home.“It’s really difficult to understand why these acts of madness occur,” Dr.
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, famous for surviving years of rock ‘n’ roll excess, will release a children’s picture book with illustrations by his daughter Theodora Richards, his publisher said on Tuesday.
Hi, looking to watch the show? We’ll be posting links to all of the morning’s segments below.7:01 a.m. – Catch up on the Olympic news of the day 7:04 a.m. – Are speed skating suits slowing U.S. athletes down?
It’s no secret that figure skaters win the superlative for flashiest style at the Winter Olympics. So many ruffles and sparkles! The level of commitment is impressive. From their heads to their toes, figure skaters know how to light up the ice.
When Zac Gossage, 6, lost his hair to chemotherapy treatments for leukemia, he cried to his mother that he didn’t want to go to school.Luckily, he has a friend in 7-year-old Vincent Butterfield.When Vincent’s first grade teacher told their class at Central Elementary School in Union, Mo.