She told the judge her ex was threatening to kill their son. The judge said he didn’t believe her. Days later the baby boy was dead
Inside the family court crisis that has left more than 700 children dead and the growing national push for change.
Tent courtrooms are a temporary solution to a problem that will not be easily resolved: an exodus of migrants from Central America escaping violence and instability in countries such as El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. Will the investment pay off?
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This elite quarterback signee-turned-missionary has no guarantee of football success, and he’s fine with it
Tanner McKee, a four-star high school quarterback who is now serving as a Latter-day Saint missionary, believes that he doesn’t have to choose between faith and football.
"Country Music" premieres Sunday on PBS. In many ways it says more about what can bring Americans together than what drives us apart.
The older generation is defined by war and hunger, the younger by peace and economic growth. This is the story of how one Vietnamese grandmother tapped a cooking pot and YouTube to bring a country together