American Morning’s T.J. Holmes sat down with Angella and Danroy Henry Sr., the parents of Pace University student-athlete Danroy Henry Jr. who was shot by a police officer in late October, and discussed the unresolved details regarding their son’s death.
Although Mrs. Henry expressed no interest in wanting to talk to the officer in question, Mr. Henry has one question, “Why?” “I would love to talk to him, because I’d love to ask him just why. Officers aren’t trained to escalate risk, they’re trained to deescalate,” he said.
The Henrys are currently in the process of filing a $120 million lawsuit against the Pleasantville police department while the grand jury continues to investigate their son’s case. Watch the full interview below.
Breast cancer affects one out of every eight women in the United States. If it hasn't touched your family or friends, it could. This morning, there's new information that many of the women affected might not have needed painful, unnecessary surgery to remove the entirety of a patient's lymph nodes.
American Morning's Kiran Chetry spoke with Dr. Monica Morrow, a surgical oncologist with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and the author of this new study in the "Journal of the American Medical Association." Morrow explains why this is good news for women.