The number of deportations to Cambodia — and the speed at which they’re processed — is on the rise. Sothy Kum is among them.
At San Diego's heavily immigrant Adams Elementary School, a push is on to improve attendance, an indicator linked to dropout rates.
What does it mean to be American? What does it mean to be Chinese? And how, as an adopted Chinese daughter of an American Caucasian mother, do you find a balance that works for you? And how did China's one-child policy make that a question faced by tens of thousands of Chinese-born American girls and young women? In search of perspective, Maya Ludtke, 19, traveled back to the town where she was born, meeting girls growing up as she might have, if her parents had kept her.
A family of Syrian refugees resettled in Canada took their first sledding rides last Saturday and it was pure joy.
How a quirk in US law led to thousands of international adoptees becoming stateless.
Christianne Boudreau's son Damian died fighting with ISIS in Syria last year. Now she's reaching out to other parents, coping with jihadist radicalization.
I just surrendered to a culture stronger than myself that said "either you work as if you have no children, or you raise your children and dare not work."
I learned a lot about my own parents after watching "Master of None" with them.