I was standing at a strip mall in Iowa, the state where presidential campaigns are born and often die, and Cory Booker was about to walk in the door.Gretchen Aschoff, 55, a nurse in Cedar Rapids, was waiting for him.“I am enraged, and I am looking for someone to channel my rage,” said Aschoff, not really sure if the junior senator from New Jersey could be the one.For Booker — and all the other candidates taking on Trump in 2020 — that may be the key issue. Many disaffected Democrats say they are looking for a firebrand to unleash the fury kindled by a president they see as unqualified, undisciplined and sometimes unhinged.They want a living rage doll to scream for them.It is not a role Booker has cast for himself. Even at this strip mall, he talks about "the lines that divide us are nowhere near those that unite us.” And now that he has entered the presidential race, he faces a high-stakes dilemma — will a party rocked by outraged Berniecrats … [Read more...] about Cory Booker thinks his message of love can win back the White House. Will angry Dems listen?
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Morgan Watkins Louisville Courier Journal Published 9:15 AM EST Nov 26, 2018 "Code blue!" a University of Louisville nursing student calls out, prompting one of her peers to start doing chest compressions on their patient, a mannequin that just went into cardiac arrest. They're in a lab at U of L's health sciences campus downtown, doing a "death and dying simulation" that mimics a heart attack scenario. Louisville's School of Nursing and similar programs across the commonwealth and the country are tasked with training the next generation of nurses — and hospitals are likely to need as many graduates as they can provide in the coming years. "We have a huge nursing shortage in this country, and it's only going to get worse," said Sonya Hardin, the dean of U of L's nursing school. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing says about 1.1 million job openings for nurses are anticipated by 2024, but enrollment at nursing schools isn't growing … [Read more...] about Nursing shortage: University of Louisville expands training
By KIM TINGLEY NOV. 14, 2018 At the Jimmy Buffett-branded community, a hint at how an increasingly long-lived species might choose to spend its extra decades. The Tech And Design Issue The Future of Aging Just Might Be in Margaritaville May A.I. Help You? 20 Americans Die Each Day Waiting for Organs. Can Pigs Save Them? Gaming Out a Chance at Motherhood — Later Prev Next Group 3 Created with Sketch. Group 3 Created with Sketch. At the Jimmy Buffett-branded community, a hint at how an increasingly long-lived species might choose to spend its extra decades. Group 3 Created with Sketch. Group 3 Created with Sketch. By KIM TINGLEYNOV. 14, 2018 Concept by Delcan & Company. Photo illustration by Jamie Chung. Prop styling by Pink Sparrow. Off a vacant stretch of highway in Daytona Beach, Fla., a line began to form outside the sales center for the first Latitude Margaritaville “55 and … [Read more...] about The Future of Aging Just Might Be in Margaritaville
By Heide Janssen | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: June 15, 2017 at 9:40 am | UPDATED: June 15, 2017 at 1:44 pm We asked graduating high school seniors to share with us their post-graduation plans for the fall. We heard from 172 vocal music students. Some plan to go to work and some are taking a gap year, but most are off to college, to study everything from vocal performance to business to neuroscience. We’ve listed them by the school they will attend, including their major and minor fields of study, statements about how the arts have influenced their plans, and their reason for choosing the institute they’ll be headed to. $ = scholarship received William Schmid, Foothill Vanderbilt University: engineering science, undeclared major (Photo courtesy of William Schmid)Charlotte Kim, Brea Olinda USC: linguistics (Photo courtesy of Charlotte Kim) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsLilian Rangel, Godinez Fundamental Claremont McKenna School: government (Photo courtesy of … [Read more...] about Where are 2017 Orange County vocal music students going to college?
Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Feature Across the country, time-limiting laws prevent scores of sexual assault cases from being prosecuted, in spite of persuasive evidence or a confession. Donna Palomba in May 2018. Credit Elinor Carucci for The New York Times Supported by ByRuth Padawer June 19, 2018 Around 1 a.m. on a Saturday in 1993, a man sneaked into Donna and John Palomba’s house in Waterbury, Conn. John was away for a long weekend, and Donna and her two young children were asleep when she awoke to the sound of heavy footsteps. She remembers seeing a masked man and screaming. An instant later, he was on her, threatening to hurt her if she didn’t comply. He covered her head with a pillowcase, wrapped nylon stockings around her mouth and eyes, bound her hands behind her back, cut open her underpants and raped her. Right before he fled, she recalls him saying: “If you call the pigs, I’ll come back and kill … [Read more...] about Should Statutes of Limitations for Rape Be Abolished?