(EVERETT, WA.) – Sometimes living or dying hangs on a slender thread, a tiny twist of fate. Coming down with a bad case of the flu and missing the maiden voyage of a state of the art cruise ship named The Titanic, touted as unsinkable by its builders.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, along with the Washington State Department of Agriculture is investigating what the FDA says is a pattern of Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes contamination in raw pet foods manufactured by a Tukwila, Washington company.
(Weirton, West Virginia) – This one news story may speak volumes about several things; the state of race relations in America, the collective state of mind among some police officials in today’s “militarized” police forces or the way in which police officers are taught in America to view a “threat.”
(WASHINGTON, DC.) – We’re all tense. Hearing about our fellow citizens in Hawaii scrambling around, looking for a place to hide from a nuclear bomb, will do that to you. So will contests between two unstable world leaders over the size of their nuclear buttons.