Do you find it compelling to follow "Breaking News"?
The current mass shooting in San Bernardino CA is breaking news. During this time, the news is formulating from scraps of facts to more verifiable information. The ? is are you compelled to go step by step with the news, even though they may get things wrong during the process.
For me, I was following it. In fact, when there's breaking news I tend to follow it throughout the day, despite knowing that the first reports can be unreliable. This particular event was a bit personal. As a special education teacher I was floored to hear it happen at a regional center. Also, my wife's cousin was a case-worker that once worked there (now she's in Orange County). Still, she had two other relatives that worked within a mile from the place. One worked a block away from it. Also, it appears that one Facebook friend's sister was working in the building at the time of the shooting. There's no word on her whereabouts, yet.
by earnestshub 7 years ago
Hot of the news! Jesus christ and Mary Magdalene are living in Kingaroy with 30 followers who make donations to sustain them.I am unable to confirm any miracles at this time, but will report back when I get more news.Source:BBC radio.More to come!
by onegoodwoman 7 years ago
Breaking news...........moments ago.........Osama Bin Landen has been killed,his body has been in US custody for several days..........What were your First thoughts, reactions to this news?
by Bicky 6 years ago
Breaking news:- Scientist discovered that god exist, how you will react??Suppose tomorrow you read a breaking news..Scientist discovered that there’s some supernatural entity, or God exist, Now tell me what will be your first reaction?
by Tim Mitchell 16 months ago
Do you research breaking news? What sources do you use?I go to Reuters every morning. They give fair coverage in my view.
by Ryan Hupfer 9 years ago
Ok, so maybe Paul Deeds didn't really fire me because of Frank using his book bag as a bathroom one too many times, but it is in fact true that I'm going to be leaving HubPages for another job here in the Bay Area. Believe me, it wasn't a very easy decision for me to make and...
by Ann Nonymous 8 years ago
"Catcher in the Rye"...Has it caught your eye? Yes? No?Several months ago I had to help my brother do a report on it, and even though I didn't read it all the spark notes told me enough to know that I vote, "NO!"RIP.....
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