Video obtained by ProPublica shows the Border Patrol held a sick teen in a concrete cell without proper medical attention and did not discover his body until his cellmate alerted guards. The video doesn’t match the Border Patrol's account of his...
Sarah Pulliam BaileyVideo obtained by ProPublica shows the Border Patrol held a sick teen in a concrete cell without proper medical attention and did not discover his body until his cellmate alerted guards. The video doesn’t match the Border Patrol's account of his death.
While fighting in Syria continues, local leaders question the claims of a U.S.-based aid group
Sarah Pulliam BaileyReading and watching the reponses to @mcbelz reporting on popular ministry Preemptive Love overstating its aid in Syria. This org has the support of some high-profile evangelicals
Premieres Monday, December 2 at 10/9c. Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman host this lighthearted crafting competition.
Sarah Pulliam BaileySo excited to see the show "Making It" is coming back for a second season on Monday. It's like "The Great British Bake Off" meets crafting where Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler are the judges. It's a very positive, sweet show families can enjoy.
(RNS) — The three groups that assist with refugee resettlement argue that a recent executive order granting officials authority to block refugee resettlement inhibits their ability to practice their faith.
Increase product costs so you can pay workers more, or keep products cheap so that "sustainable" clothes will be more accessible? The designer behind Maggie Marilyn wrestles with it all.
Sarah Pulliam BaileyIncrease clothing costs so designers can pay workers more, or keep products cheap so that "sustainable" clothes can more accessible? @unwrinkling looks the challenges of ethical $$$
The best in the performing arts from across America.
Sarah Pulliam BaileyOOoo I've had this on my calendar for months. I saw it live and tonight I'm excited to watch it again: My favorite Shakespeare play "Much Ado About Nothing" with a modern twist.
9 p.m. EST on PBS
Airlines know how old every passenger is on their planes, including children. So why are families separated and why hasn't the government stepped in?
Sarah Pulliam BaileyAirlines are separating parents from their kids so they can charge them to sit together.
(This has happened to us, and sometimes fellow passengers are understanding and offer to switch... but still, once upon a time, they let you board first.)