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Child welfare and family law experts who spoke with the PBS NewsHour called the termination of parental rights a “death penalty,” because there are few pathways to restoring those rights.
Inflation rates, especially for food prices, have spiked quickly and are being felt hardest by those earning lower wages. These price increases have led many people to believe the economy is in a bad place, but experts say the opposite.
COVID relief for thousands of former foster youth ended recently, but child welfare advocates hope a new bill in Congress will reinstate it.
The Biden Administration recently announced new protections for people working in extreme heat, but advocates say the move is just a first step.
Overall, 74 percent of Americans said they oppose a law that allows private citizens to sue abortion providers or others who provide any assistance.
Today, we're bringing you a special conversation with PBS NewsHour Correspondent Amna Nawaz, who speaks with Colorado State Senator Rhonda Fields, Baltimore city State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and former Vermont State Representative Kiah Morris about the harassment they’ve faced as…
The landmark Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision is functionally overturned in Texas after the Supreme Court did not block enforcement of a new abortion law because of a technicality. Experts say this could set a precedent of lawmakers side-stepping…
Hurricane Ida, one of the strongest hurricanes ever to hit the United States, has caused at least one death in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and knocked out power for the entire city of New Orleans. Here's how you can help.
Thousands of Afghan refugees are being evacuated to the United States. Here's how you can help.
Haiti was struck by an earthquake more powerful than the earthquake in 2010. As death and injury tolls rise, here is how you can help.
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