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Carey L. Biron

No address? Voting while homeless is challenging in U.S. election

5:58pm IST

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Christina Giles lives in a homeless encampment just north of the U.S. Capitol and like many people, she is excited to cast her ballot in the nation's election. 

Analysis: Wolves and weed - U.S. voters choose future of public lands

27 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Ricardo Cortes' oldest son started kindergarten at their neighbourhood school in Oakland, California, he was disheartened by the barren, baking schoolyard. 

ANALYSIS-Wolves and weed: U.S. voters choose future of public lands

27 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON, Oct 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Ricardo Cortes' oldest son started kindergarten at their neighbourhood school in Oakland, California, he was disheartened by the barren, baking schoolyard.

With evictions looming, U.S. cities seek legal help for renters

20 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Shalonda Glascoe fell behind on her rent as she struggled to find a job amid the coronavirus outbreak this spring, her landlord tried to kick her out of her Baltimore home - twice.

FEATURE-With evictions looming, U.S. cities seek legal help for renters

20 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON, Oct 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Shalonda Glascoe fell behind on her rent as she struggled to find a job amid the coronavirus outbreak this spring, her landlord tried to kick her out of her Baltimore home - twice.

U.S. evictions surge amid pandemic despite federal ban

05 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When single mother Khalyah Jackson-Rivers lost her job in May, she fell behind on her rent despite a payment plan, eventually owing thousands of dollars to her building's management company in South Carolina.

FEATURE-U.S. evictions surge amid pandemic despite federal ban

05 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON, Oct 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When single mother Khalyah Jackson-Rivers lost her job in May, she fell behind on her rent despite a payment plan, eventually owing thousands of dollars to her building's management company in South Carolina.

'Dramatic' global rise in laws defending rights of nature

01 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From Bolivia to New Zealand, rivers and ecosystems in at least 14 countries have won the legal right to exist and flourish, as a new way of safeguarding nature gains steam, U.S. environmental groups said on Thursday.

Farewell, Fido: U.S. cities see boom in pet cemeteries

30 Sep 2020

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Jim LaMar's border collie, KC, died in 2012, he had her cremated and kept the remains with him in his California home.

FEATURE-Farewell, Fido: U.S. cities see boom in pet cemeteries

30 Sep 2020

WASHINGTON, Sept 30 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Jim LaMar's border collie, KC, died in 2012, he had her cremated and kept the remains with him in his California home.

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