Meanwhile, journalists with both CBS and NBC retracted earlier tweets after wrongly reporting the suspect's name.
The handwritten page was penned by her speech therapist.
A Georgia teen wanted to spread some holiday cheer, not holiday fear. But that's not how his school interpreted it.
The NBC anchor thought it'd be a good idea for people to perform 20 acts of random kindness in honor of the 20 slain children in Connecticut.
Celebrities and even websites are joining in on the five-minute reflection for Sandy Hook victims.
A group on the popular knitting and crocheting website Ravelry is creating handmade stuffed monster toys for all 600 kids at Sandy Hook Elementary, to provide comfort after Friday's horrific shooting.