Bonnie is a correspondent for WORLD. She is a graduate of World Journalism Institute and the University of Texas School of Journalism. Bonnie resides with her family in League City, Texas.
Bringing a 16th century carol of waiting to contemporary ears
A day in the life of an equine dentist’s office
The OSIRIS-REx Mission returns to earth with asteroid minerals
Anti-trafficking organizations see increased support following Sound of Freedom’s premiere, but worry that the film oversimplifies challenges involved
South Asian immigrants are helping generate new interest in the game of cricket
Funeral homes and morgues near the southern border bear the brunt of identifying and burying migrants who die while crossing into the United States
Volunteers take on the burden of tracking down the remains of missing migrants in order to give their families closure
Border communities seek to dignify the remains of migrants who do not survive crossing illegally into the United States
Now that Title 42 has ended, officials and advocates differ on where to go from here
What does it mean to foster from a Christian perspective?