- What you missed on Sunday Kos …
Former first lady Barbara Bush will not seek additional medical treatment after a series of recent hospitalizations, a family spokesman said Sunday.
In a statement, the spokesman said Bush, 92, would instead focus on “comfort care” after consulting with doctors and family members.
- It’s hard to believe that it has been five years since the Boston Marathon bombing. Here’s an update on just a few of the survivors and how they’re “staying strong.”
They’ve also written books, launched charitable organizations, run more marathons, had babies, and developed lifelong and even romantic relationships with their heroes. They proved to be “Boston Strong.”
German prosecutors say they’ve charged a 94-year-old former SS guard at the Auschwitz death camp as an accessory to murder.
- It’s Pulitzer day and here’s an interesting little bit about them:
While the Pulitzer Prizes might not be the first to recognize industry changes, they have changed over time. They’ve changed so much since first awarding prizes for journalism in 1917, in fact, that only one category of the prizes awarded that year still remains — editorial writing.
On today’s Kagro in the Morning show, Greg Dworkin rounds up the weekend, meaning he sets us up to discuss Michael Cohen’s latest legal predicament. Armando joins in marveling at this circus. It sure looks like everybody’s getting disbarred here. POST-SHOW UPDATE: LOL SEAN HANNITY!
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