Border Patrol agents had completed 178 credible-fear screenings with asylum-seekers from more than 15 countries.
She is the 35th parent charged in the college admissions scandal.
A legal advocate compared the situation to a type of "factory justice."
The study's findings showed a large age gap between the survivors and perpetrators.
Bethany has resettled refugees, a group that encompasses individuals, families and unaccompanied minors, since 1975.
The Kavanaugh hearings were mostly avoided on the Democratic campaign trail.
The Food and Drug Administration is drawing up plans for the ban.
Since 2018, 17 states and the District of Columbia have enacted red flag laws.
Families, firefighters gather at World Trade Center site for 18th annual memorial service for 9/11 victims
This is the 18th annual service done in remembrance.
The Q&A helps prepare viewers for the third round of debates.
Protections would fall under acts such as the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act.
Evacuees in the shelter said they were treated well, but the press wasn't allowed in.
Hong Kong residents also disagree on the way protests should be carried out.
Iran breaks more nuclear deal commitments, raising concern that the agreement is on verge of collapsing
A senior Iranian government official announced Saturday Iran would speed up its uranium enrichment activities.
Nearly 70,000 people are believed to be homeless because of the Hurricane.
The university also must hire a law firm to review its sexual assault case decisions.
The storm is expected to cause storm surge, flooding and tornadoes along the coast.