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Dave and Charlotte Willner started a fundraiser to raise $1,500 for the nonprofit RAICES. They've now raised close to $20 million. Michel Martin asks them about how they far exceeded their original goal.
The media has been grappling with how to cover an openly hostile White House that hasn't been reliable when it comes to the facts. Michel Martin speaks with The Washington Post's Paul Farhi, Daniel Dale of The Toronto Star, and former presidential speechwriter Mary Kate Cary.
Migrants deported back to their Central American homelands sometimes are forced to leave without their children. El Salvador now says it won't allow the U.S. to return deportees until they have been reunited with their children.
Fifty years ago this month authorities took down a tent city on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., that was part of a protest against poverty. One of the key organizers was the Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, a leader of the civil rights movement.
The PROMISE program was designed as a way to offer troubled students an alternative to suspension or expulsion. Initiated by the Obama administration in 2014, the program is now under scrutiny following the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, Fla., earlier this year.
CNN will air the last new episode of Anthony Bourdain's show, Parts Unknown on Sunday. Now that viewers know Bourdain struggled with deep depression, what do these shows say — and where can fans go to keep watching his work?