On the news, disasters come and go. In real life, the people affected by them are still suffering after the cameras leave. The hyper-focus of the 24-hour news cycle moves from tragedy to tragedy, in love-'em-and-leave-'em fashion unless some news hook, usually an anniversary, calls them back. We know that this is what happens, but it doesn't keep us from forgetting about things ourselves — unless, of course, we... More >>>