Why did the newspaper of record deem it worthwhile to launch a three-week investigation into the life stories of a Supreme Court nominee’s minor children?
Adoptive families stuck abroad aren’t looking for shortcuts. They simply want efficiency and consideration of these extraordinary circumstances.
Luke and Brittney Stasi appear to have been victims of an unannounced policy change at the U.S. State Department keeping parents from bringing their adopted children home. Will Congress act?
Is the State Department using backdoor policies to over-regulate smaller adoption agencies out of existence?
Adoption advocates ask the courts to block a crippling new State Department policy that would harm waiting families and children.
The industry’s overregulation is making it increasingly difficult for willing families to take the plunge and attempt international adoption.
Our family shouldn’t be threatened with a ‘punch in the face’ for seeking to protect our naturally born and adopted children from terrorism.
International adoption provides homes to needy children—why do the State Department’s new rules make those adoptions difficult, if not impossible?
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