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Anna Johansen Brown

Anna Johansen Brown

Anna is a news and feature reporter for WORLD Radio and WORLD Watch. Anna is a graduate of World Journalism Institute and Thomas Edison State University, and before becoming a journalist, she taught speech, debate, history, writing, and musical theater. Anna resides in Chicago, Ill.

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Articles by Anna Johansen Brown
Thursday morning news: July 28, 2022

Thursday morning news: July 28, 2022

The Fed again hiked interest rates, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi may soon visit Taiwan, President Joe Biden returned to the Oval Office yesterday after isolating for five days, U.S.-supplied rockets have severed a key Russian supply line, the United States has offered Russia a deal to get two Americans out of prison, North Carolina felons on probation or parole will be able to line up at polling places in November

Exhausted by a week of testimony in the trial over Terri’s feeding tube, Michael and the Schindlers wait for a verdict. But the fight isn’t over yet.

Exhausted by a week of testimony in the trial over Terri’s feeding tube, Michael and the Schindlers wait for a verdict. But the fight isn’t over yet.

In January 2000, Michael and the Schindlers head to court to decide once and for all: What did Terri want?


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In January 2000, Michael and the Schindlers head to court to decide once and for all: What did Terri want?

After Palm Garden Convalescent Center blocks Michael's attempt to end Terri's life, all goes quiet on the legal front. But then a key figure enters the case, a lawyer whose personal—and spiritual—mission is centered on the right to die.

After Palm Garden Convalescent Center blocks Michael's attempt to end Terri's life, all goes quiet on the legal front. But then a key figure enters the case, a lawyer whose personal—and spiritual—mission is centered on the right to die.

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