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| Allison Yarrow

One Hospital’s Plan to Reduce C-sections: Communicate

There might be fewer unneeded cesarean sections if doctors learned to keep mothers informed at every stage of labor. Kelsey Mooseker holding one of her babies in the operating room after delivery. Twyla Ellis/Maple Hollow…

| Erica Hellerstein

What Happens to Victims of Domestic Violence Seeking Asylum in the United States?

CREDIBLE FEAR Trump’s calls for a border wall won’t make it harder for domestic violence survivors to find refuge in the U.S.—a new ruling is already doing that. Marie Claire goes to Tijuana to see what women…

| Tyche Hendricks, Alexandra Hall

Indian Asylum-Seekers in ICE Detention Seek Release as Hunger Strike Enters Third Month

Two Indian Sikh men have been waging a hunger strike for more than two months at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement El Paso Processing Center in Texas, while their uncle waits anxiously for them…

| Jasmine Brown

The Marshall Islands, A Nation That Fears It’s On the Brink of Extinction

The Marshall Islands, A Nation That Fears It’s On The Brink Of Extinction; Passing The Torch In Broadway Revival Of Acclaimed Play ‘Torch Song’ This episode of ABC Nightline was produced by IWMF Fellow Jasmine…

| Jessica Lutz

Remembering The Porvenir Massacre More Than 100 Years Later

The Sierra Pilares in Mexico tower over rolling hills near where the Porvenir Massacre happened a century ago. (Jessica Lutz / IWMF Adelante Reporting Initiative ) By Diana Nguyen In the early 1900s, a tragic…

| Una Hajdari

The auto industry wants a ‘brake’ on the tariffs

Friedberg/Adobe Stock Of all the things people imagine being imported from China — toys, electronics, or Make America Great Again caps — no one would think that some of the world’s best car brakes are…

| Una Hajdari

The hidden costs on a furniture store

Bob Saquet prides himself in selling “fine American made” furniture. The Facebook page of the Middleborough-based Eggers Furniture says they are the “oldest retail furniture store” in the United States. Even though his stock is…

| Una Hajdari

As Europe revisits wartorn times, Trump lays a minefield

SAUL LOEB/AFP/GETTY IMAGESFrench President Emmanuel Macron and President Trump prior to a meeting in Paris Saturday. World War I is considered to be the first European war to see major US involvement. That’s why it’s…

| Perla Yvonne Arellano Fraire

Creativos: Lejos de ser el ‘Silicon Valley mexicano’

Austin y Guadalajara buscan fomentar sector tecnológico A pesar de que los funcionarios jaliscienses promueven Guadalajara como la ciudad “Silicon Valley de México,” para algunas personas en el sector tecnológico de Jalisco como Hans Ramírez…