A new report details over a half-dozen cases in recent years in which experts found poor medical care likely contributed to immigrants' deaths.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but the audio released yesterday by ProPublica is worth a million tears," the Democrat tells his colleagues.
House Democrats will likely vote against them, but Republicans may garner enough votes to pass one anyway.
The NBA player was tackled to the ground and tasered after parking his car across two handicap spaces.
We're burning the hate out of our state," an organizer said.
The "Jane the Virgin" actress is sending a young woman to Princeton with a full scholarship.
There's no excuse for these agents to not literally lay down their guns and badges and say that this is unlawful, she said.
How can I be sure my child's skin is white enough for the government not to steal him from me when I attempt to return to the United States?
There are some exciting updates from NCDD member org The Participatory Budgeting Project, who recently completed another successful round of participatory budgeting in NYC (PBNYC) and announced the launch of their new data tool, myPB. Over the last 7 years, the PBNYC process has allowed residents to decide on how to spend $210 million on 706 community projects. As part of a pilot program in NYC, PBP announced their new data tool, myPB, which allows residents to research their districts, find out if PB 
The engagement field knows the value of folks being able to reach outside of their usual information bubble in order to understand other perspectives, build empathy, and expand your mind. Which is why we wanted to share this piece by Annie Pottorff of The Jefferson Center an NCDD member organization, which shared some excellent tips for bursting your info bubble. We encourage you to share your additional ideas in the comments section below.
In response to the opioid crisis that has been affecting communities across the US, the National Issues Forums Institute an NCDD member org, recently released their issue guide on the opioid epidemic. The issue guide offers three options for participants to use during deliberation on how to address this rampant crisis. You can download the issue guide for free on NIFIs site.
New law favors placing kids with families over group homes.
As technology continues to grow and cities shift towards being smart, there are some learning opportunities for the ways in which cities go about acquiring data, the ways in which it is used, and the need to still genuinely engage the community. Which is why we wanted to share this piece written by Mary Leong of NCDD member org, PlaceSpeak, about the need for cities to be mindful of the ways in which technology is used when gathering insight on citizens and utilizing the information during 
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Saudi Arabia has issued driving licences to women for the first time in decades just weeks before a ban on female drivers is lifted.
Ten women swapped their foreign licences for Saudi ones on Monday in cities across the country.
The June issue of Vogue Arabia is dedicated to the "trailblazing women of Saudi Arabia" and the much-awaited June 24 date that will give Saudi women the right to drive. The cover shot is a glamorous photo of Princess Hayfa bint Abdullah Al Saud in the Jeddah desert, perched in the driver's seat of a vintage red Mercedes-Benz convertible.
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Auction houses ditch 'art girls' as sex fails to sell
Armed with poetry and rap, South Sudan's young artists battle for peace
Dead whale spotlights Thailand's losing battle against plastic
New Zealand sex work activist honoured by UK's Queen Elizabeth
Lack of hope in South Sudan camps drives youth into gang crime
Almost 30 countries including the Netherlands, Germany and New Zealand have legalised or decriminalised prostitution
By Meka Beresford
LONDON, June 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A former sex worker turned women's rights activist who successfully campaigned to decriminalise prostitution in New Zealand was honoured by Britain's Queen Elizabeth on Monday.
Catherine Healy, 62, who founded the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective and helped to draft a law passed in 2003 that legitimised brothels and gave employment rights to sex workers, was awarded the title of dame in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
Queer people are challenging each other as well as the rest of the world.
The former teen pop star almost went back to school before she landed the part of Rebecca Pearson on "This is Us.
The platform that made likes a thing may no longer be so liked.