Parents convicted of manslaughter in pneumonia death of girl

Parents convicted of manslaughter in pneumonia death of girl

The parents of a 2-year-old Pennsylvania girl who died of pneumonia have been convicted of involuntary manslaughter after prosecutors said they declined to seek medical care for the child on religious grounds. Jonathan Foster, 35, and Grace Foster, 34, also were convicted Friday in Berks County court of child endangerment in the November 2016 death of daughter Ella Grace in Upper Tulpehocken Township, The Reading Eagle reported. The Fosters, who remain free pending sentencing in…

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Man arrested in Mexico with teen girl back in Pennsylvania

Man arrested in Mexico with teen girl back in Pennsylvania

Authorities say a man who frequently checked a teenager out of school without her parents’ knowledge and fled to Mexico with her is back in Pennsylvania to face charges. The Lehigh County district attorney’s office said Saturday that 45-year-old Kevin Esterly arrived back in Allentown, 60 miles (97 kilometers) northwest of Philadelphia, after being extradited from Miami, Florida. Federal agents and Mexican authorities found him and 16-year-old Amy Yu in Playa del Carmen a week…

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Emma Gonzalez brings March for Our Lives rally to an emotional silence

Emma Gonzalez brings March for Our Lives rally to an emotional silence

Emma Gonzalez, a leading and powerful voice in the movement spawned by the mass shooting at her Florida high school last month, brought hundreds of thousands of passionate protesters at the March for Our Lives rally in the nation’s capital to a complete silence Saturday afternoon. The 18-year-old student activist, who survived the shooting that claimed 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, addressed the crowd by first reading the names of the students…

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Why I’m marching: Activists around the country in their own words

Why I’m marching: Activists around the country in their own words

In the wake of last month’s deadly shooting at a Florida high school, hundreds of thousands are marching in the nation’s capital and at rallies across the country today, demanding change so that the carnage in Parkland, Florida, will “Never Again” take place. Thousands of students, teachers, parents and more activists came out for today’s “March for Our Lives” event in Washington, D.C., and at sister rallies around the country. “Good Morning America” asked activists…

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WATCH: The young voices heard at March for Our Lives

WATCH: The young voices heard at March for Our Lives

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WATCH: MLK’s young granddaughter excites crowd at March for Our Lives

WATCH: MLK’s young granddaughter excites crowd at March for Our Lives

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WATCH: #NeverAgain protesters speak out in their words

WATCH: #NeverAgain protesters speak out in their words

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DC’s March for Our Lives rally seen from space

DC’s March for Our Lives rally seen from space

The passionate adults, students, parents and teachers who packed the streets of Washington, D.C., for the March for Our Lives rally today were even visible from space. Images of the massive crowds were captured by satellite and released by DigitalGlobe’s news agency. March for Our Lives was organized by the survivors of last month’s Parkland, Florida, high school massacre that killed 17. While today’s main event took place in D.C., hundreds of thousands of Americans…

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Florida school shooting survivor: ‘Keep screaming at your own congressman’

Florida school shooting survivor: ‘Keep screaming at your own congressman’

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Jaclyn Corin delivered a passionate plea on Saturday to the hundreds of thousands of people who converged on the nation’s capital to rally against gun violence. “There is strength in numbers, and we need each and every one of you to keep screaming at your own congressman,” Corin yelled to the massive crowd at the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. “We cannot ‘keep America great’ if…

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Trump wants big push for vocational schools

Trump wants big push for vocational schools

President Donald Trump on Thursday repeated his call for a greater emphasis on trade schools while dismissing the value of community colleges. Trump, speaking at the White House-sponsored “Generation Next” forum, shared an anecdote about a former classmate who, while not a particularly successful student, was mechanically quite adept. “He had a great ability at that — far greater than me or far greater than other people,” the president recalled. “But he’ll never be a…

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