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firstname.lastname@example.orgThrough a search that expanded over three decades, a North Carolina man found that his roots are based in central Kentucky and finally gained the opportunity to see their origins. Dorothy Lee McCormack, who would be about 92 if still living, originated...
Tribune reporterAn Evanston couple fighting to adopt a South Korean baby whom they've raised since shortly after her birth was dealt a setback Monday when a federal judge returned authority over the child to U.S. officials, a step toward the child's possible deportation....
An Evanston couple accused of circumventing South Korea's adoption procedures have temporary care of a baby girl while they continue to fight for her permanent custody in state and federal courts. On Thursday, the South Korean government filed a...
Published: December 24, 2006 Lessons in the art of gracefully and gratefully receiving Christmas gifts might be taken from a 5-year-old Aberdeen girl who, until a few months ago, lived in an orphanage in Russia. Other than a few clothes, Natasha Nicole...
Nancy Cleveland knows firsthand how much happiness a successful adoption can bring. That is why she was so dismayed by the Russian government's recent decision to ban U.S. citizens from adopting Russian children. "It's disheartening to hear what's...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Travel, Russia, Judges, Family
We adopted two Russian children, a 7-month-old girl in 1998 and three years later a 10-month-old boy. In addition, we have an older biological daughter. We chose Russia because we wanted to adopt an infant who shared our European heritage. The adoption...
Tags: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Social Issues, Abusive Behavior, Family
Email email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A handful of American families this week are fulfilling their wishes to adopt children from Russia. Hundreds of others are in a state of legal limbo. Russia banned adoptions by Americans recently. It's a power struggle that's...
Tags: Human Rights, Politics, Russia, Infertility, Family
The Religion WorldWith Russia banning adoptions by Americans, Russell Moore, dean of the School of Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, talks with Religion News Service reporter Adelle M. Banks about his advocacy of adoption by evangelicals. Moore has five...
Channel Guide MagazineThrough its first five episodes, Logo's heart-wrenching docu-series The Baby Wait has explored the complexities of open adoption by giving voice to the birth mother as well as the adoptive family, tracking that period when the child is with the new family...
Other Voices: Times changing in North Dakota, Russia's new adoption policy and diverting Missouri River waterChange coming upon state of North Dakota Standing on the leading edge of 2013, North Dakotans need to get reacquainted with their state. They need to because the state is undergoing heavy-duty change. That change will ramp up in the year ahead with...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsTen-year-old Anna Curry says she's grateful for her mom, dad and brother. She became part of her Andover family as a toddler after spending her first three years in a Russian orphanage. "Orphans in Russia are not first class citizens, I'll say that," ...
To Heather and Aaron Whaley, they're already parents to a 4-year-old girl living in a Russian orphanage off the Sea of Japan. The Frederick couple have never met the child, but they've given her a name — Addie. They've hung pictures of her in a...
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