Aaron Hernandez, a star tight end for the New England Patriots, is being sued by a man who says Hernandez shot him outside a Miami strip club. That comes after he had his home searched in connection with a homicide in Massachusetts.
Police spent several hours Tuesday night at the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. Although there's a public perception about NFL players having run-ins with the law, this impression may not be correct.
Diners at Forum, a restaurant near the two bomb detonations at the Boston Marathon, laud the efforts of staffers who kept them calm and helped them to safety: 'They could have run like the rest of us, but they stayed there and showed us the way out.'
The act of terror in the Boston Marathon bombing was swiftly met by acts of help and comfort for victims and others. Such actions point to the need to affirm all of that which the bomber sought to destroy.