A young survivor of the bombing that destroyed the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City has graduated from high school and will be attending college in the Fall. The Grio reports: Two-year-old Donquay Hammons was being taken from America kids daycare downtown — bloodied and injured from the Murrah federal building bombing across the street. […]
From Stltoday.com: A new study finds that African ancestry is linked to a more aggressive type of cancer that is more deadly.
While the news coming out of Haiti since last week’s tragic earthquake has largely been devastating and hope-shattering, the stories of survivors being found and rescued after days of being trapped under rubble give other Haitians hope of finding their own loved ones.
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