In a New York Times op-ed published Wednesday, former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords slammed senators who “gave into fear” and “blocked common-sense legislation.”
Rep. Carolyn Maloney said she’s received phone calls Tuesday night at her Manhattan office. She said the calls were answered by young interns, who were “understandably shaken by this experience.”
Daniel Hernandez has gone from reluctant hero to author of a memoir. His new book, “They Call Me A Hero” is out this week.
Former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords met at a private home with families of the 20 children and six school officials killed at Sandy Hook last month.
Two photos of a smiling Rep. Gabrielle Giffords were released early Sunday by her office, her hair shorn short but few other telling signs of her gunshot wound to the head.
Dallas Green couldn’t hold back the tears from behind his dark, wire-rimmed sunglasses. The no-nonsense manager who led the Mets from 1993-1996 choked up a few times as he talked about the shooting death of his nine-year-old granddaughter.
Former major league manager Dallas Green thanked his extended baseball family for their support on the shooting death of his granddaughter and five others in Tucson, Ariz.
The NFL, provided, perhaps, a bit of joy in a weekend dominated by the tragic loss of six people in Arizona, 14 others who were injured and the assassination attempt of Representative Gabrielle Giffords.
The Yankees today offered their condolences and sympathy to Dallas Green and his family on the loss of Dallas’ granddaughter Christina Green, who was killed in the Tucson shootings.
Rutherford native Phyllis Schneck’s son, Ernie, said he was very surprised to hear his mother had been at Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ event because she wasn’t “politically active.”
The nine-year-old girl killed by a gunman who opened fire at an Arizona congresswoman’s event was the granddaughter of former Yankees and Mets manager Dallas Green.
Executive Vice-Chairman Kurt Colucci said the Tea Party would not be incriminated for the actions of what he called “one maniac’s reckless and senseless behavior.”