Maybe for a time before dying, a very small time, Bryce Williams's swirling anger, Chris Harper Mercer's swirling anger, stopped swirling. Perhaps, at long last, they felt sated. How relatively pitiful the causes of their anger; how incomparably grievous the consequences.
As we mourn the dead and remember the innocent lives taken by Williams, we also need to be careful not to let one man's drastic actions allow us to ignore those who speak out about racism, homophobia, and other types of bigotry.
So that happened. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) hammered Congressional inaction on gun violence during a HuffPost podcast interview
I always thought as long as I'm not reporting in a war-torn country, as long as I stay out of metropolitan areas, I'm safe aren't I? If Alison Parker -- who is my age and doing the same work I'm doing -- could be gunned down in broad daylight, then why should I feel safe?
The request was part of the lawsuit Vester Lee Flanagan filed against his past employer.
Wednesday morning, reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward were tragically gunned down on live television. The horrific
The man authorities believe shot and killed two journalists and wounded a third woman during a live segment Wednesday morning has shot himself and was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Vester Flanagan said a co-worker at the other station was told to "stop talking ebonics."