By Emily Bobrow The New Yorker. December 22, 2019 The sun was still rising on a brisk Monday morning in October last year when Sunday Smith, a midwife in New York’s North Country, pulled into the gravel driveway of a small dairy farm, scattering some chickens. She had driven for about ninety minutes, along dark … Continue reading A MIDWIFE IN THE NORTH COUNTRY
In Pinellas County, officials say Sudden Infant Death Syndrome doesn’t exist. By Lane DeGregory Published Dec. 11 The worst day of her life started out wonderful. A bright morning in May 2015. A Thursday. “It was bliss,” Martí Gonzalez said, wiping her eyes. “A perfectly ordinary, perfect day.” PATRICK A family photo of Patrick Gonzalez taken the … Continue reading Did these parents accidentally suffocate their children? Or did a mysterious ailment cause them to die?