21 children from Newtown, Conn., sang the song Tuesday with singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” Most of them are current and former students of the school where 20 kids and six staff members were killed.
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Conspiracy theories regarding the tragic Sandy Hook shooting abound the internet. James Tracy, a communications professor at Florida Atlantic University known for his conspiracy theories (He believes Oklahoma City bombing and 9-11 were both staged), has stirred up quite another one by saying in his blog that the Sandy Hook shooting may have been staged.
What happened at Sandy Hook Elementary School in New Town, Connecticut is beyond any one’s imagination. This video gives an insight to just that a parent’s worst possible nightmare.
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South Carolina’s Rock Hill Herald Apologized For The Firearm Advertisement Alongside Sandy Hook Shooting Reporting
In what was, one of its worst editorial fails, South Carolinian newspaper Rock Hill Herald printed a huge firearms and guns ad right beside the coverage of Sandy Hook School shooting! Needless to say the mistake landed them on the wrong side of the grieving nation!
Those who think the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy is enough to bring anyone to their knees and feel the pain and of the parents, friends and families, think again, there is Vicotria Jackson and people like her out there!
The first school day after the horrific massacreat Sandy Hook Elementary School, is not going to be an easy day for the survivors of the nightmare. But life has to move.
All seven of Newtown‘s public schools, which serve more than 5,100 students, as well as private schools in the district, will be closed on Monday, school officials said.
While investigating the fall of an oak tree caused by high winds from Hurricane Sandy, Katie Carbo made a grim discovery when she found a 200-year-old skull tangled in roots. “I noticed what I thought was a rock at first, I kind of poked it and a piece came off in my hand, and I noticed it was bone fragments”she said.
The huge $245 million Powerball pot finally has a winner, after a ticket with the matching numbers of 12, 14, 34, 39, 46 and 36, was sold in Connecticut Wednesday night. The catch is, the lucky son-of-a-gun with the Powerball winning numbers might not know they’ve won yet because hundreds of thousands of Connecticut residents have remained without power five days after last week’s snow storm took out power lines.
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