A letter published by the New York Times, after 5 days of yielding to government pressure to suppress the truth about the bombing of a hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan calls for prosecution of the parties responsible.
The president’s apology is welcome but insufficient. Gen. John F. Campbell, the United States commander in Afghanistan, told Congress that the Doctors Without Borders field hospital in Kunduz was “mistakenly struck,” but the question is what kind of mistake.
(EPHRATA, WA) 2 of 6 workers injured at Preist Rapids Dam are in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Kyle Foreman of the Grant County Sheriff's Office says that a 911 outage may be the result of damage to one of the 10 hyrodelectric generators that have operated at Priest Rapids for the past 60 years.
An explosion ocurred at 4:45PM PST Thurday and 3 of the injured workers were airlifted out. Details of the cause are not yet known, but Grant County Public Utilites says it was an "electrical malfunction.