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Mercy After Dark

No one pays more attention to the streets on a Saturday night than Bishop. He’s looking for people sleeping on sidewalks, standing on corners, trying to stay warm on bus-stop benches. 

No one pays more attention to the streets on a Saturday night than Bishop. He’s looking for people sleeping on sidewalks, standing on corners, trying to stay warm on bus-stop benches. 

“This city is broken, this city is in trouble,” he said. He’s talking about the growing number of homeless persons he feeds every weekend. 

“This city is broken, this city is in trouble,” he said. He’s talking about the growing number of homeless persons he feeds every weekend. 

Record Number Of Women Are Seeking Election In Midterms

Last year they marched on Washington. Now they are running for office.

After the first female presidential nominee by a major party, Hillary Clinton, lost in 2016 to President Donald Trump, pink-hat-clad women rushed down march routes and through side-streets across the world. One year and two marches later, the riverbed is ready for women to flood into power.

“If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself,” Tabitha Isner told TMN.

The city of Albuquerque is mourning the loss of Jennifer Riordan, a New Mexico banking executive, and showing their love for her after she died in a Southwest Airlines incident Tuesday.

When debris from the failed left engine of Southwest Airlines flight 1380 tore through a window in the aircraft’s cabin, Riordan’s upper body was sucked out the window, passengers on the flight said. Several of them held her lower half in the cabin. She was taken to a hospital in Philadelphia, where the plane had made an emergency landing, and was pronounced dead. She was 43.

Getting There And Working Hard: A peek Inside The New York Times

“This is my scene,” said Caroline Que, Editorial Director for the News Desk at the New York Times. “I’m grateful to have found something pretty early in my adult life that is interesting to me and is different every day and keeps me engaged at a place where my skills and core values are easily applied.”

Que started her career as a journalist in her sophomore year of college, working as an editor at her college newspaper, the Davidsonian.