Cordero was nominated for his supporting role in the 2014 musical “Bullets Over Broadway.” After being put on a ventilator to treat the virus, he developed blood clots that forced doctors to amputate his right leg.
What will come of the gathering call for action? History offers sobering lessons about the ultimate power of protests. Perhaps this time, the political leaders, prodded by a new generation of activists, will write a different script.
1st Lt. Clint Lorance had been in charge of his Army platoon for three days when he ordered them to kill three Afghans on a dirt road. After a second-degree murder conviction, Lorance was pardoned by President Trump, hailed as a hero. His troops suffered a different fate.
Spc. Vanessa Guillén’s disappearance and the subsequent search for her, underscored by her family’s allegations she faced sexual harassment from superiors, created waves in Latino media and rage within the Guillén family.
Business interests see a short-term battle against two hard-to-influence forces: individuals acting irresponsibly and a Trump administration reluctant to lay down guidelines that would mandate individual behavior during the pandemic.
Iran’s order to wear masks comes as public opinion polling and a walk through the streets of Tehran show the widespread apathy felt over a pandemic that saw Iran among the first countries struck after China.
On Independence Day, self-proclaimed militias, bikers and far-right groups flooded in — heavily armed and unaware, it seemed, that the mysterious Internet poster threatening to burn American flags was not who the person claimed to be.
(Clockwise from top left) Stevan Molinar, left, with two squad leaders in 2016; Frank Scafidi prepares for a mission in Vietnam; Lt. Col. Harry Lesher pins a First Lieutenant bar on Tom Knutsen in 1971; Victoria Chamberlin at the NCO academy in South Korea in 2014. (Courtesy of Stevan Molinar, Frank Scafidi, Tom Knutsen, Victoria Chamberlin)
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, left, and minority owner Robert Rothman, center, talk with team president Bruce Allen prior to a Dec. 29, 2019, game against Dallas in Arlington, Tex. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
Davon McNeal was shot and killed near the end of a trust-building event organized by his mother Crystal McNeal, whose job as a city “violence interrupter” means she spends her days mediating disputes and trying to convince people to put down their firearms.
Santae Tribble’s exoneration in 2012 of a 1978 D.C. slaying helped launch a Justice Department review that found FBI hair-matching examiners systematically overstated testimony in almost all trials in which they gave evidence over two decades.