- Making News: Indian Reservation School Shooting Leaves 10 Dead
The Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota is mourning the deaths of ten people today in the aftermath of a shooting rampage by a 17-year-old high school student. Jason DeRusha of WCCO-TV in Minneapolis has an update on the tragedy, as well as a look at the troubled youth who went on the shooting rampage.
- Reporter's Notebook: Terri Schiavo Case Moves to US Appeals Court
In Tampa today, Federal District Judge James Whittemore acknowledged what he called "the gravity of the consequences," but refused to order Terri Schiavo's feeding tube reinserted. The parents of the brain-damaged woman immediately took the case to the federal appellate court in Atlanta. As the Schiavo case moves to the US Court of Appeals, will a "living will- protect a patient's " right to die?- We hear more about the constitutional and ethical issues involved with journalists, political experts, advocates for the disabled and medical ethicists.
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