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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks to Dr. Juan Sanchez, CEO of Southwest Key Programs and Alexia Rodriguez, vice president of Immigrant Children's Services about the facilities that children are being sent to after being separated from their families at the border.
Three New England Patriots players are taking the protest against racism and police brutality off the field. Rather than taking a knee during the national anthem, they are grilling candidates on how they'd make the criminal justice system more fair.
President Trump is generally known to dig in when faced with opposition rather than back down from a fight. But in the case of separating immigrant families from children, Trump abruptly shifted gears.