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Howard Benson hobbled down to his favorite bench by the lake after sunset, clutching a bag of old bread close […]
The Johnsons were the model nuclear family at church and at home. They were a close-knit, loving Catholic clan consisting […]
I could hear the cacophony of reporters in the next room before I could see them. My handlers opened a […]
“I need to go to the bathroom,” Justin said, unbuckling his seatbelt and looking around the plane. “I’ll be back in a minute.”
His dad, a middle-aged news reporter, was coming home from a business trip that he’d brought his son on. “You’re supposed to stay in your seat,” he said, pointing to the lit seatbelt light. There had been a bit of turbulance that started a few minutes back and the pilot had switched on the light to keep people from getting hurt if the plane jerked around.