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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- The Virginia Board of Social Services has finalized regulations that advocates say would allow state-licensed adoption agencies to discriminate against prospective adoptive and foster parents based on their sexual orientation....
At Sykesville's Merry Main Street holiday celebration early in December, Burke Holbrook and his buddy Benjamin Skalka seemed like just two of the many kids that night enjoying the sights and sounds of the holiday season. The two 5-year-olds attended...
TribLocal - Glen Ellyn » NewsFor nearly 50 years, Bob Brown longed to know the identity of his birth mother. Adopted as a baby, he wondered if learning who his …...
Tribune reporterTaking her concern for HIV orphans to the top echelons of America’s executive branch, Carolyn Twietmeyer, the Joliet mother of 14, went to the nation’s capital Monday, calling on Illinois to allow more large families to adopt children with...
Channel 2 NewsOpening statements began Wednesday in the trial against Jessica Beagley. The Beagley case centers on a video that Beagley describes as a cry for help, but prosecutors say is evidence of child abuse. Beagley watched a program on the Dr. Phil talk show...
Tags: Talk Shows (genre), Health, Family, Defendants, Phil McGraw
email@example.comPERRYVILLE — Billy Matherly waited 54 years to make the phone call. Still, the long search for the name of the person on the other end of the line seemed easy compared to figuring out what to say if she answered. So, when he heard Nell Dixon...
Multi-media JournalistThe highly publicized trial of Michael and Nanette Craver opened Tuesday morning at the York County Judicial Center. The couple is on trial for homocide in the death of their 7-year-old adopted child, Nathaniel Craver. The child died in August of 2009....
Tags: Juvenile Delinquency, Trials, Family, Abusive Behavior, Crimes
Many cities have a Little Italy, a Chinatown or Little Havana, but could Stanford someday have a Little Port au Prince? If local preacher/missionary/school board member Eddie Whittemore has any luck nurturing contacts he made on a recent trip to Haiti, it...
Q13 FOX News OnlineThe World Association for Children and Parents (WACAP), a Renton-based non-profit organization that works on behalf of adoptive parents and children, has filed a lawsuit against a mother who sent her adoptive son back to Russia. In 2009 Torry Hansen,...
Tags: Family, Russia, File Sharing
Press ReleaseThe Indiana Dept. of Child Services (DCS) has much to celebrate. November is National Adoption Awareness Month, a time to remember forever families created through adoption. DCS kicked off the month-long recognition today with a news conference in...
Tags: Family, Social Issues, Artists, Arts and Culture
The controversy started following a recent episode in which Quinn vowed to get her baby back despite previously giving her up for adoption. "That's just not the way it happens," said Steven Kirsch, an Indianapolis adoption attorney. Kirsh says a...
Tags: Family, Social Issues
The rows of wooden benches were filled with seven families for adoption day in Baltimore City Circuit Court last month. A pair of gay men seeking to adopt a baby. Three lesbian couples, two with twins. Two single moms with two kids between them. And...
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