How Bridge Over Troubled Waters Changed A Professor's Life
Bridge Over Troubled Waters has helped homeless youth find medical services, education and transitional housing since the late 1960's. The executive director, Elisabeth Jackson and a former Bridge client who is now a college professor, Dr. Wendy Williams joined Paula Ebben and Liam Martin to discuss the importance of the organization.
Fish: Trying to tank for top draft pick not worth the trouble
There's no guarantee that losing will eventually pay off with a young superstar for the Flyers.
Why Elephants Pose A Threat To Rohingya Refugees
Several of the refugee camps in Bangladesh have had to set up what the U.N. calls a "tusk force" to respond when elephants enter.
Troubled Waters as Nigeria Questions Piracy Reports
Nigeria's ports authority chief Dakuku Peterside has called on the International Maritime Bureau to ensure fairness and balance in its reporting of piracy in Nigeria's territorial waters.
Boating Safety: How to Avoid Troubled Waters
First responders from one of the busiest boating areas in South Florida provide tips to keep you safe on the water.
The Rohingya Refugee Crisis—and How You Can Help, The Chicago Community Trust
Myanmar's Neighbors Must Build Trust Among Rohingya Refugees
At the 33d summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Singapore last year, the issue of Myanmar's Rakhine/Rohingya crisis was high on the agenda. The chairman's closing statement expressed the group's readiness to
What the Rohingya Refugee Crisis Looks Like, 1 Year Later
What It Was Like to Work in a Rohingya Refugee Camp At the Start of the Crisis
Immad Ahmed, Executive Director of OBAT Helpers, the chaos of the crisis's earliest days.
Christine Lagarde must guide ECB through uncharted and troubled waters
Bank chief must fathom threats far deeper than inflation and monetary policy
In troubled waters: 10 Chinese vessels found fishing illegally in Maharashtra
The investigation into the case began on Monday, and more than 200 crew members on board are being called for questioning to decide the course of action.
Troubled waters may be in store for the ICD-10 safe harbor
It's only a guess, but the ICD-10 transition doesn't look like it is taking down the U.S. healthcare system. So far, there are reports of minimal productivity drops and denial rate increases. But some reimbursement delays are being reported.
Rohingya Refugees Protest, Strike Against Smart ID Cards Issued in Bangladesh Camps
They object to the cards identifying them as ‘forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals’ instead of as ethnic Rohingya.
Rohingya Refugee Children Finally Get to Learn Again With 1,600 New School Centers
The organization wants to reach 260,000 children by the end of the year.
Troubled Waters: How Rio's Trash Problem Goes Far Beyond the Olympics
Troubled waters: How Beijing won't back down over the South China Sea
The Chinese warship Lanzhou approached from behind, swiftly turning to starboard as it tried to cut across the USS Decatur's bow.
KCRW Investigates — Troubled Waters: How a private justice system exploits workers on the high seas
exploits workers on the high seas By Karen Foshay | October 1, 2016
Guest Post: Securing the Director and Officers Liability Insurance Lifelines! What Every Director...
At times of trouble, D&O insurance can represent the last line of defense for corporate directors. For that reason, corporate board members rightfully are concerned about their insurance and want reassurance that their company’s policy will provide them the protection they will need. Unfortunately, directors don’t always know the questions to ask and only find … Continue Reading
Why we must listen to Rohingya perspectives
It is paramount international actors prioritize Rohingya’s participation in their own struggle for peace
How to Help Refugees and Refugee Resettlement
You can be a part of ensuring that refugees who enter the United States legally always have a home here.