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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen has spent her career in and out of government working on issues of national security. None of her jobs, however, have been so controversial as her role in policing the U.S. border.
Wallace the Brave is a new daily comic strip, which is getting attention, award recognition and increasing readership. It's about a boy who's less depressed than Peanuts character Charlie Brown and kinder than Calvin & Hobbes.
Republicans are facing backlash over the Trump Administration's policy that separates families from their children at the Southwest border. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., who has criticized the policy and says the administration should put a stop to it.
President Trump met with House Republicans to discuss immigration Tuesday. GOP lawmakers have been feeling pressure to end the administration's policy to separate children from parents who cross the border unlawfully.
People from all over Detroit and nearby suburbs turned out Tuesday for Ford Motor Company's celebration of its purchase of Michigan Central Station. Ford now plans to turn this symbol of the city's blight to a symbol of its rebirth.