Kansas City Star columnist Charles Gusewelle reads "Other Music, Other Rooms," an essay about that rite of passage for most young children, music lessons, and the torture that they can inflict on parents and teachers. This is video from 2011.
Christmastime requires a newspaper columnist to offer some seasonal observation, and Charles Gusewelle did just that in this column about Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. He read his column in this video from 2011.
Whether health information is stored on paper or electronically, patients have the right to keep it private, the right to get a copy of their records, to request to make a change to those records, and to know how that information is used and shared.
Activists with the Metro D.C. branch of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) confronted Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen for the Trump administration's immigration policies as she ate at a Mexican restaurant Tuesday.
Pokémon Go was recently released in the U.S. and as you have probably heard, it is a game you can play on your phone. The City of Miami Police Department has received numerous questions about the augmented reality game app and the dangers associat
Following Monday's June 18, 2018 game, Kansas City Royals players Salvador Perez, Mike Moustakas and manager Ned Yost reflected on pitcher Kelvin Herrera being traded prior to the start of Monday's June 18, 2018 game.
The Chicago Police department discusses the deadly shooting at an apartment complex where first responders covered a teen’s body in a white sheet. Medics realized minutes later that the boy was alive when police saw his body moving.