Dusten Brown, father of “Baby Veronica,” as the media has dubbed her, and over whom there is an adoption dispute, turned himself to the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Department in Oklahoma on Monday morning. He also declined to be …
Baby Veronica still does not have a permanent home ... (For a fuller picture of the messy situation, check out reporting by NPR's Nina Totenberg and Tim Howard of WNYC's Radiolab.) A Major Test The Supreme Court case has been a major …
UPDATE: Baby Veronica is now back with her adoptive parents. She is the child of Cherokee descent caught in a custody battle that has garnered national attention. Veronica went back to her legal adoptive parents, Matt and …
The biological father of "Baby Veronica," the Cherokee tot adopted by a South Carolina couple after being given up by her birth mother, ended his four year-long custody battle for her Thursday, saying he was doing what was best for the …
The birth father of Baby Veronica has surrendered in the midst of a custody battle with her adoptive parents, after refusing to turn the girl over to her other parents. Baby Veronica’s adoptive father Matt Capobianco says the situation has …
Baby Veronica died not due to injuries, but because of the sheer weight of the debris, which left her unable to breathe, said doctors who conducted the post-mortems yesterday. The three-month-old infant was among three victims who died …
Spring Lake’s exhibition divers performed well, Senior Veronica Russell scored 165.1 points ... Ashley Slater led the Bucs on offense with 19 kills, seven aces …
A South Carolina judge Tuesday threw out the transition plan for Baby Veronica and ordered her Oklahoma family to immediately hand the girl over to her adoptive parents. The judge said Veronica's father skipped a mandatory meeting. …
Among the many rulings handed down by the United States' Supreme Court this week was a decision on a custody battle that could have a major impact on Native American families. The 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) made it more …
While the nation’s eyes were turned towards the nightmare that unfolded in Boston last week, a very different kind of mess was being argued before the Supreme Court in Washington D.C. The Baby Veronica case, as it’s called, involves a …