I had only been in West Virginia for a day when Josh Sword, the head of the state AFL-CIO, told me casually that a revolution is coming. He is not a particularly radical guy. He was just giving an honest, matter-of-fact reading of the political situation. “I don’t know how bad things have to get. In West Virginia, it…
Chilean miner Yonni Barrios' wife learned he'd had a mistress when she met her at a vigil for the trapped men. Barrios asked for both of them to be there when he was rescued. He only got half his wish.
The wife of Ariel Ticona, one of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile, has given birth to their third child. Though they planned to call the girl Carolina, she has been named Esperenza, which is Spanish for "Hope."