How 'pure luck' aided rescue teams searching for Victorian walker lost in Tasmanian wilderness
The warning sign at the start of one of Tasmania's most popular walking trails spells it out, in several languages — with photos to drive the point home.
What Awaits Unaccompanied Minors in New York
If they aren't deported, the children who've come across the border in a recent surge will live here under one of several legal statuses, each offering advantages and complications to new Americans.
What explains President Trump's proposed cuts in global health aid?
Noam Levey, National Health-Care Reporter, The Los ANGELES TIMES, talks to WDEL's Allan Loudell from Washington
Over 10,000 Unaccompanied Minors Crossed Border In October And November
Border Patrol agents recently caught several Central American immigrant children after they crossed the Rio Grande. Among them was a 6-year-old boy who was
Unaccompanied minors flying: What you need to know
In addition to differences in fees, there are differences in rules concerning check-in, seating and prohibitions.
This Is What Happens When Unaccompanied Child Migrants Don’t Have Legal Help
Unaccompanied minors who have attorneys are far more likely to win their immigration cases compared to those who don't. Now, a federal lawsuit is seeking to force the government to level the playing field.
Tax Cuts and the Jobs Act: Treasury Updates and Practical Applications for Private Equity
With 20 million people facing starvation, Trump's foreign aid cuts strike fear
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – President Donald Trump's proposed budget cuts to the United Nations, which runs agencies such as the World Food Program and UNICEF, come at a time when famine is reaching a crisis point in parts of Africa and children in some countries are dying of starvation.
Why Trump cut millions in military aid to Pakistan
It’s all part of a broader strategy to have Pakistan help defeat regional militants — but it’s unclear if the strategy is working.
How Estate Planning Helps Parents of Minor Children
How Estate Planning Helps Parents of Minor Children - Blog post provided by a seasoned Family Law Attorney in Portland from Landerholm Law.
Children Flying Alone: What Every Parent Should Know About Unaccompanied Minors
Discover essential tips for children flying alone as unaccompanied minors, including airline fees and advice for keeping kids safe.
What Counts as Sexual Contact with a Minor in Milwaukee?
Statutory rape and sexual contact with a minor - who can and who can't give consent to sexual relations in Wisconsin?
How legal aid cuts filled family courts with bewildered litigants
Lack of representation means many parents go it alone in a system set up for trained lawyers
Ask Your Uber Driver For Legal Advice Because They’re Probably A Legal Aid Attorney Trying To Eat
Why Trump's Proposed Cuts to the Foreign-Aid Budget Are Rattling U.S. Allies
They seem to confirm other countries' anxieties about the president’s vision for American leadership abroad.
How Trump’s aid cuts are already affecting the lives of people in Guatemala
There is promising evidence that U.S. assistance programs in Central America are improving living conditions.
Should Arden Fair ban unaccompanied minors, again? Mayor poses idea as brawls erupt
The city and Arden Fair are searching for solutions after two brawls broke out at the mall within three days. One solution posed by Mayor Darrell Steinberg: Ban unaccompanied minors from the mall.
Over 100 unaccompanied minors gain legal status through City Council program
Just over 100 children have been granted permanent legal status or asylum in New York City two years after the City Council launched a private-public partnership to prevent unaccompanied minors from being deported from the city.
A Top Republican Backs A Federal Legal Aid Agency The White House Is Trying To Defund
The Trump administration has proposed getting rid of the Legal Services Corporation, which funds legal aid for low-income Americans. The agency’s president nevertheless said he’s “optimistic” about th
Trump’s proposed cuts to foreign aid: Why care beyond our borders?
What percentage of U.S.’ $3.8 trillion budget is spent on foreign aid? In 2014, the Kaiser Family Foundation polled 1,505 Americans and found that the average person thought the government