'Get In Line:' What It Takes To Legally Immigrate To The United States
"Over the past few years, [USCIS] has gotten far more difficult to navigate, it is much more difficult to speak to a human being, to make an appointment...so if there is a snafu, it's very difficult to get that resolved," says immigration lawyer Eleanor Pelta. Want to support 1A? .
The News Roundup For January 24, 2020
The impeachment trial hit the Senate floor. A new strain of coronavirus claims more lives in China. And Saudi Arabia denies hacking Jeff Bezos' cell phone. Want to support 1A? .
Campus Culpability: Who Should Keep Colleges Safe?
"We don't want to blame students for being the victims of a crime," says John Vinson, campus security expert. "We have to look at: Are there failures in the process?" Want to support 1A? .
A Language With Chutzpah: Yiddish And American Culture
Yiddish has been featured in pop culture from Mel Brooks in the '70s to more recently in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. "Yiddish is a part of American life, and people don't want to lose that," says Yiddish expert Josh Lambert. Want to support 1A? .
Splitting Up, But In It Together: Divorce In 2020
"No marriage is the same, and nobody understands a relationship from the outside...every break is different and complicated," writer Lyz Lenz says. "You don't have to play chicken with your life! You can make a choice to be happy." Want to support 1A? .