Month: July 2013
A seven-day voyage aboard Norwegian Cruise LIne’s Pearl that took our family of five from Seattle through the stunning Alaskan glaciers to delightful Victoria, British Columbia made it easy to see why millions rate cruises as their favorite travel destination. A chance encounter adds a special lifetime memory.
Survivor of 1972 Munich Olympic massacre speaks out on behalf of a father’s fight against Bank of China
The story of a father’s fight against the Bank of China for its role in a terrorist attack that killed his teenage son, Daniel Wultz, gets support from Dan Alon, one of the few survivors of the 1972 Munich Olympic massacre that claimed the lives of 11 Israeli athletes.
Parents of Daniel Wultz fight to punish Bank of China for role in 2006 terrorist attack that killed their son
Six years after the murder of their teenage son, Tuly and Sheryl Wultz continue to seek justice for Daniel Wultz. Their fight against the Bank of China has the family facing off against a legion of lawyers and powerful political interests as they ask an American court to punish those responsible for their son’s death.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is investing $300 million to end homelessness for America’s Veteran families, such as this father and son in Miami.