Tweet tweet: a little birdie told me

Where do you get your news from? It’s a simple question with a simple answer. Perhaps you read a daily newspaper. Maybe you watch the evening news every night at six. You might even listen to an all-news radio station on the way to work.

Now here’s the follow-up question: in five years, where will you be getting your news from? Will you still be reading that daily newspaper? You might be…for the crossword.

A year after the earthquake, strength of Haitians stands out for nurse

Nurse Kelli Nelson can recall many of the people she has met in Haiti since the earthquake hit the country last year. She had worked all over the country, interacting with different medical teams and witnessing the strength of the Haitian people following the disaster.