Bryce Williams voiced a host of anger-laced grievances, as well as some praise, in a disjointed 23-page document authorities say he wrote and faxed after shooting two WDBJ-TV journalists live on air Wednesday -- killings that he attempted to explain.
The man who police say killed two journalists during a live broadcast Wednesday was no stranger to WDBJ-TV. He was Bryce Williams, a former reporter for the Roanoke, Virginia, station who was fired two years ago.
You've heard of Rosie the Riveter, the poster gal of World War II, right? She wasn't the only feminine character to make a huge impression on the men in the 1940s military. Meet the shady ladies of venereal disease: the "Bag of Trouble" poster girl and her friends. They were created courtesy of the U.S. surgeon general, the U.S. Public Health Service and the Federal Security Agency in the early 1940s and given a modern audience by Ryan Mungia's book "Protect Yourself: Venereal Disease Posters of World War II."