Sometimes the gravity of a situation can render me mute.
I've been thinking about how so many children are at risk -- and struggling to find the words to process my thoughts.
One haunting article was published this Sunday in the Washington Post magazine, "Fatal Distraction." It was written by a man who is usually known for his middle-school humor. But in this case, Gene Weingarten showed an amazing sensitivity to parents who have suffered a baffling tragedy: they accidentally left their babies to die, strapped down in a locked and overheated car.
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