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March 11, 2015 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cayman Naib, the 13-year-old Newtown Square boy whose body was found Sunday, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, police said Monday. He likely died before his parents concluded he was missing and commissioned an intensive four-day search - involving hundreds of volunteers - that ended on the outer edges of the family's property, police said. He used a gun that had been legally purchased and owned by his father, Farid, said Newtown Township Police Chief Chris Lunn.
NEWS
February 17, 2015 | By Angela Couloumbis, Inquirer Harrisburg Bureau
HARRISBURG - Of all the new Wolf administration nominees awaiting confirmation, few face a challenge quite like acting State Police Commissioner Marcus Brown. The veteran officer, who until recently headed the Maryland State Police, is not facing scrutiny just from legislators. He's also fielding it from within his own ranks. A Facebook page has been created where retired troopers and others have excoriated Brown over his decision to don the gray uniform troopers wear - even though, despite a long career in policing, he did not attend the State Police Academy.
NEWS
February 13, 2015
WE ARE probably the only ones who cringed a little when the Democratic National Committee announced yesterday that Philadelphia won the coveted role of hosting the 2016 convention. Not because we're squeamish about Democrats. And not because we're squeamish about the city's ability to pull off this event. In fact, compared to the 2 million expected for September's papal visit, this convention is small potatoes. Why would anyone even entertain for one second the possibility that our big, complicated, successful city wouldn't pull it off?
NEWS
January 28, 2015 | By Maddie Hanna and Andrew Seidman, Inquirer Trenton Bureau
As the competition to win the support of donors for a potential presidential campaign intensifies, Gov. Christie on Monday announced a federal political action committee that could lay the foundation for a 2016 run. The move by Christie, who courted conservatives in the early presidential nominating state of Iowa last weekend, follows the lead of other Republican contenders who have signaled interest in the presidential race. Christie, who helped raise more than $100 million to support Republican gubernatorial candidates in last fall's elections, has sought to sell his brand as a two-term governor in a deeply blue state who shares the values of his party's base but can appeal to a broader electorate.
NEWS
January 19, 2015 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
Deirdre Giumetti, a.k.a. Yummygal, is behind the wheel of her Buick Enclave, heading east from her home in Woodstown. "I love this," she says, as Route 40 unfurls across the rolling Salem County landscape under a gauzy winter sky. "It's a different world down here. " We're on our way to Daretown Lake in Upper Pittsgrove, a favorite among "Yummygal's South Jersey Adventures. " That's the title of Giumetti's Facebook page, where thousands of visitors click and comment on her eclectic, entertaining, and enlightening posts about the Garden State's better half.
NEWS
January 15, 2015 | BY MORGAN ZALOT, Daily News Staff Writer zalotm@phillynews.com, 215-854-5928
FOR KIM JONES, life was about caring for others. The mother spent the last several years working at an organization that helps abused and neglected children. But with the pull of a trigger yesterday morning - a single bullet fired into the dedicated child-advocacy worker's head as she went off to work - that was all gone. Police said Jones, 56, left her North Philadelphia home about 9 a.m. and walked less than a block to a bus stop at 12th and Jefferson streets, just as she had each day for several years on her way to her job at Center City-based Turning Points for Children.
NEWS
December 30, 2014 | By Laura McCrystal and Amy Worden, Inquirer Staff Writers
A Bucks County baby who this year became the namesake for a state law requiring hospitals to test newborns for certain rare disorders, died Sunday, Dec. 28. Hannah Ginion would have turned 2 on Jan. 15. She suffered from Krabbe disease, an inherited condition that destroys nerve cells. "Hannah was called home to be with the angels this morning," said a post on a Facebook page that had provided updates about her condition. "She went peacefully. " Hannah was diagnosed with Krabbe disease when she was 5 months old - too late for a cord blood transplant that could have stopped or slowed its progression.
NEWS
December 5, 2014
WHEN YOU write anything for public consumption, and when it ends up on the Web in some shape or form, you can be absolutely certain that unless you are the pope (and even when you are) there will be objectionable comments from the peanut gallery. And, despite my almost fanatical devotion to the concept of free speech, I've developed a peanut allergy. That's my fey and not-so-clever way of saying that I'm not a huge fan of the more vitriolic opinions that bubble up from the tarry depths of the Internet, to the extent that I usually ignore them.
NEWS
November 21, 2014
I KNOW THE NUNS who had custody of my conscience for 12 long years will be hanging their heads about this, but I've come to the conclusion that you can actually be too compassionate. While it's always good to reach out to those suffering, there are times when you have to say, "Sorry, but you waited too long. I can't help you now. " That's how I feel about the women who are coming out and accusing Bill Cosby of raping them decades ago. I know that most of the ladies are doing it to make themselves feel better and neutralize the shame they say he caused them to carry through their teen years and into adulthood, but the regurgitated revelations have been picked up by people who advocate abolishing statutes of limitations.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 25, 2014 | By Molly Eichel
FORMER NBC10 reporter Marisa Brahney , who's now at New Jersey's News 12, had some tragic news to share on her Facebook yesterday: Brahney lost her baby girl shortly after birth. "After a perfect and fast labor, our little girl Charlotte Madison was born early Saturday morning, but had breathing complications at birth," Brahney wrote on her Facebook page. "After 2 hours of working on her they couldn't save our little girl and we lost her. We are devastated and heartbroken.
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