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State Secrets & A Mother's Love

State Secrets & A Mother's Love
From @karenkingsbury. This is a miracle story. 🙌 🌈Yesterday was sunny in Nashville. It’s been that way since Easter Sunday morning. But in the early evening, clouds gathered and a very brief rain fell, minutes at most. Even then, the sun never stopped shining. At the same time, the families of Covenant School were meeting for the very first time since the act of hate that took place at their school three weeks earlier...Take a minute. Look out at the sky. God is for you. He is for the families at Covenant. And He gave them a double rainbow yesterday to prove it. 📷 @jherbold.
"I don't know anything about the world.”

Spanish athlete Beatriz Flamini who lived in a cave for more than 500 days as part of a project studying the impacts of isolation. The mountaineer wasn’t quite ready to come out of the cave when the experiment was up on Friday, telling reporters, "When they came in to get me, I was asleep. I thought something had happened. I said: 'Already? Surely not.' I hadn't finished my book."


Monday: About 30,000 people will run in the Boston Marathon. On Saturday, a ceremony was held remembering the 10th anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing, which killed three people and injured at least 264. Interesting fact: The Boston marathon is the oldest annual marathon in the world. Meanwhile in NYC, the House Judiciary Committee (led by Republicans) will hold a field hearing in New York: "Victims of Violent Crime in Manhattan"(more about the politics involved in our special report). Also, National Hockey League (NHL) playoffs begin.

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