John D'Anna Arizona Republic Published 8:00 AM EST Jan 1, 2019 If you're just joining us, this is Chapter 10. You'll get more out of this story if you start from the beginning. Read Chapter 1 here. See the previous part, Chapter 9, here. Answers that lead to more questions Paul Barnes is Mr. Blue Grass. He was mayor of the town for 14 years, and the street that runs in front of his house, Mayne Street, is also named Paul R. Barnes Drive in his honor. I met him on a snowy day in late November at his Iowa home. I was there to do research on the parents of Sharon Elliott, the Arizona woman known as the Hatbox Baby — the infant found along a remote desert highway on Christmas Eve of 1931. Paul would be the first person in my 30 years of reporting on the case who had actually met Walter and Freda Roth, whom DNA genealogist Bonnie Belza had been able to identify as Sharon’s birth parents. The Roths, too, had lived on Mayne Street at one point, and as a boy, Paul had … [Read more...] about ‘Hatbox Baby’: A trip to Iowa gives more answers — and more questions
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In New York | ‘I’m Petitioning … for the Return of My Life’ When Phyllis Funke hit bottom, the court appointed a guardian to prop her up. The remedy is like prison, she said. But “at least in prison you have rights.” For Ms. Funke, every item in her apartment has a purpose or a story. But when the building called it hoarding, it started her on the road to guardianship. Now she can’t get out. Credit Credit Lily Landes for The New York Times Supported by ByJohn Leland Dec. 7, 2018 The last weeks that Phyllis Funke could legally make decisions for herself, she climbed into bed, planning to stay there for a while. It was the end of 2016 and she felt disillusioned with the election and wounded by her brother’s recent move to Texas. She wasn’t considering suicide, she said. She just needed to go … [Read more...] about ‘I’m Petitioning … for the Return of My Life’
HUFFPOST PERSONAL 11/26/2018 12:49 pm ET Shirley Ngozi NwangwaGuest Writer I’m really sorry, but I have to drag Alex Trebek. But first, some history. Since 1984, the beloved host of “Jeopardy!” has been a staple of daytime television. Not unlike many kids, watching “Jeopardy!” — and most importantly, yelling out the answers in the form of questions — and other game shows was a pastime for the whole family; specifically for my dad and me. My parents are Nigerian immigrants of the Igbo tribe who emphasized and emulated the values of family, culture and education my whole life. Watching Trebek rattle off those clues while battling my dad for the quickest return of correct answers was comforting, and an assurance that I was smart (I was too young to realize that the contestants’ demographics rarely matched my own, but that’s a story for another time). I was on the receiving end of role of “Jeopardy!” in … [Read more...] about Why It Matters That Alex Trebek Mispronounced The Name Of My People On ‘Jeopardy!’
By Jeff MasonWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Friday said he had "very easily" completed his written answers for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 U.S. election, but had not yet submitted them to Mueller's office. Speaking to reporters at the White House, Trump said he wrote the answers to the questions himself."My lawyers don't write answers. I write answers. I was asked a series of questions. I've answered them very easily," Trump said. The Republican president did not specify when his legal team would give Mueller his written responses, but a person familiar with the matter told Reuters they likely would be submitted next week. Peter Carr, a spokesman for Mueller, declined to comment."I'm sure they're tricked-up because, you know, they like to catch people," Trump said, referring to questions that he suggested could be designed to result in perjury charges. "You have to always be careful when you answer, with people that … [Read more...] about Trump says he ‘easily’ answered Russia probe questions
Parents of Fully-vaccinated Children with Cancer Want Answers to the Question: “Is There a Vaccine/Cancer Connection?” By “The Truth About Cancer” columnist Landee Martin (https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/vaccine-cancer-connection/comment-page-1/#comments) “ According to the vaccine package inserts, a list of side effects includes seizures, asthma, diabetes, eczema, allergies, auto-immune disease, autism, and more. There are many studies linking vaccines to arthritis, chronic cognitive dysfunction, behavioral changes, learning disabilities, motor function impairment, autism, and cancer to name a few.” “Currently there are over 250 experimental, unapproved-by-the-FDA vaccines in Big Pharma’s developmental pipeline. (Who among us will be forced to submit to any or all of them once they are approved for marketing?)” “This vaccine has not been evaluated for its carcinogenic or mutagenic … [Read more...] about Parents of Fully-vaccinated Children with Cancer Want Answers to the Question:“Is There a Vaccine/Cancer Connection?