Taken by U.S. immigration agents, placed in foster care and then sent back to his home country, a 6-year-old boy struggles to adjust.
One expert called the arrangement with the Federal Protective Service as “a Bermuda Triangle for child protection.”
The law puts the decision to return to his family in El Salvador in his hands.
A new report finds the inaugural committee paid the Trump Organization directly, and that the first daughter helped negotiate a price.
The dean of Yale’s medical school is among leading medical figures who have not accurately disclosed relationships with drug companies.
Millions of sleep apnea patients rely on CPAP breathing machines to get a good night’s rest. Health insurers use a variety of tactics, including surveillance, to make patients bear the costs. Experts say it’s part of the insurance industry playbook.
Prosecutors say items found in the search of Washington, D.C., house bolster claim Jeffrey and Edward Clark may have had violent intentions.
Even when their projects bomb, the family rakes in money. Case in point: a failed condo development in Tampa Bay, Fla.
A federal appeals court has revoked a key approval of the Mountain Valley Pipeline. Now, state regulators are working to change the rules—again—so the project can proceed.
Murray Energy, one of the nation’s largest coal producers, is paying for lawyers trying to block natural gas plants that would support a growing industry.