Tenants of the public housing complex had also repeatedly reported malfunctioning doors, broken ventilation systems, and a lack of heat.
The icon of literature and style helped shape the New Journalism movement in the 1960s and remained at the center of American culture for decades.
A slow-moving workers’ compensation process, rejected claims, and unpaid bills can send injured firefighters into financial hell: “It’s a nightmare system, to be honest with you.”
”I would never point a gun at anyone and pull the trigger at them. Never,” he told ABC News.
Court Documents Provide New Insight Into How Live Ammunition May Have Ended Up In Alec Baldwin’s Gun On The Set Of “Rust”
The accidental shooting on Oct. 21 in New Mexico killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza.
“It’s A Pressure Cooker”: Low-Budget Movies Like “Rust” Are Dangerously Cutting Corners, Former Crew Members Say
People involved in other low-budget movies say film leaders create unsafe conditions by rushing production schedules, spreading staff too thin, and not following safety standards when shooting in risky environments.
New Records Have Revealed The Chain Of Events On The Set Of “Rust” That Led To Halyna Hutchins’ Shooting Death
According to the search warrant, the film’s assistant director was handling weapons, which experts said should not happen under any circumstances.
Film Crew Members Said The Alec Baldwin Prop Gun Shooting Fits A Pattern Of Safety Shortfalls They’ve Had To Work Against
“The lack of accountability is astronomical. It’s endemic.”
Alec Baldwin Was Handed A Gun He Was Told Was Safe To Use Just Before The Fatal Set Shooting, Court Records State
The revelation came amid increased scrutiny of the film set and the general practice of using prop guns in productions.
Authorities said they were still investigating how the incident occurred as the film's director is also being treated for injuries.
USA Fencing Is Blocking A Top Athlete From A Competition After Sexual Assault Accusations. It Took Eight Years And Widespread Outcry.
“I’m relieved but confused as to why this didn’t happen before the Olympics?” said a fencer who competed in Tokyo.
“I'm not trying to say the sky is falling, but it may be. We just don't know yet.”
Climate change is making the work of wildland firefighters more grueling each year, leaving them traumatized: "Everyone knows or knows of someone who has died by suicide.”
Three men on the US épée team took a stand against their teammate Alen Hadzic's inclusion in the Olympics despite sexual assault allegations against him.
“Protected Again And Again”: How A Fencer Made It To The Tokyo Olympics Despite Sexual Assault Allegations
The US Center for SafeSport was tasked with investigating sexual abuse claims at Olympic programs. But in the first Summer Games since the agency’s creation, Team USA fencers say the system failed them.
The US Is Now Investigating Its Deadly Indian Boarding School System, And Native Americans Are In Dire Need Of Mental Health Support
“People are getting retriggered with each new calamity in a way that’s paralyzing. The level of grieving is almost electric.”
In one year, people in southwestern Louisiana lived through five major disasters on top of a pandemic. Another bad hurricane season is already here, and thousands still have holes in their roofs.
“It’s like a foreshadow of your own death.”
They cheered, jumped in the air, and even broke down in tears.
“It’s everyday life to me. I don’t know how else to describe it because I am so used to surviving that way.”