It's July 5th, and the Cape Cod roadways are clogged with tourists heading home from the holiday weekend and trying to outrun an approaching potentially catastrophic hurricane. But in the blink of an eye, their lives are thrown into chaos when terrorists bring down the bridges to the Cape. Instantly, a half million terrified people have no way to escape. And when the terrorists threaten to release anthrax on the captive population if their demands aren't met, fear turns to all-out panic.
Jessica Norton is a woman on the run, a sensational lead item on the nightly news, accused of the murders of four of her fellow staffers for a US senator. Jon Harper is a grieving father whose life has crumbled over the death of his young daughter. When Jon picks up Jess hitchhiking on a deserted Texas highway one rainy night, he is pitched into the middle of a massive conspiracy, one that threatens the very future of the United States.
"The United Nations and other relief agencies suspended all humanitarian convoys across combat lines in Syria on Tuesday after a bomb attack on an aid shipment killed more than 20 people near Aleppo as a cease-fire crumbled.The convoy’s deadly fate Monday capped a rapid unraveling of week-old truce efforts, brokered by the United States and Russia. "
"'Noise' Heard on Black Box Recording of Ill-Fated Russian Flight, Chief Investigator Says" is from the November 8, 2015 Top Stories section of The Washington Post. It was written by Erin Cunningham, Andrew Roth and narrated by Jill Melancon.
"Embattled Syrian President Flies to Moscow to Meet with Putin" is from the October 22, 2015 Top Stories section of The Washington Post. It was written by Andrew Roth and Erin Cunningham and narrated by Sam Scholl.