Petition · Retract and immediately halt any further poorly researched, insensitive and sensational reporting regarding Omoyele Gonzalez and Kayelisa Martin

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Petition

Reports: Change.org

This letter is on behalf of the Gonzalez/Omobola family expressing our deep frustration and outrage with the recently released article from the Canton Repository entitled “Investigators say 14-month-old boy was smothered by mother hours before she killed herself on highway,” published on Oct. 21, 2014. This article, in addition to being very poorly written and researched, adds corrosive salt to very fresh wounds for families that are still grieving the loss of two very important people to us—Omoyele Nehemiah Gonzalez and Kayelisa Martin. Not having seen the full autopsy report and with only a speculative statement from investigators stating they “believe” the death of our Omoyele Nehemiah Gonzalez was a homicide is callous, insensitive and reckless on the part of the Canton Repository journalist reporting this“story.”

Alcoholism contributed to Elizabeth Peña’s death

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Elizabeth Peña

Reports: Yahoo! Celebrity

The cause of Elizabeth Peña’s death at just 55 last week has been revealed.

The actress, known for her roles in movies such La Bamba and Rush Hour, died from cardiopulmonary arrest, cardiogenic shock, acute gastrointestinal bleeding, and cirrhosis of the liver due to alcohol, according to the death certificate obtained by The Insider With Yahoo.

Why I told my daughter about my bullying past

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bullying past

Reports: Yahoo! Parenting

“I was a bully.” Those were the hardest four words I ever had to say to my daughter Olivia. But though she’s only 6, I felt she had to hear them: Another parent had recently brought it to my attention that she and a friend had begun actively excluding a third girl — which made my heart sink, because there’s a fine line between excluding and bullying.

One man’s epic journey to become a dad

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become a dad

Reports: Yahoo! Parenting

When Alan Sangpan was growing up in Chicago, the only child of a single mom who had emigrated from Thailand, there were two things he knew for sure: first, that he wanted to be a father when he grew up, preferably to more than one child. And second, that he was gay. His biggest fear was that the two were mutually exclusive.