Tara Bahrampour has been a staff writer for the Washington Post since 2004. Based in Washington, she covers immigration, and has also reported for the Post from North Africa, the Middle East, and the Republic of Georgia. She is the author of To See and See Again: A Life in Iran and America, a memoir about revolution and growing up between two cultures.
At news conference, prospective parents offer Russian officials chance to visit, monitor adopted children.
Facilities tailor meals and leisure activities to people’s backgrounds.
A program in the District teaches seniors how to use the Internet, a strategy to keep isolation at bay.
About 300 people converged on a city budget hearing to ask for help affording basic necessities.