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The Trump administration is ending a longstanding system in which members of Congress can intervene in the deportation of an immigrant in the country illegally. Immigrant advocates and Senate Democrats are crying foul.
A strongly bipartisan group of House members is sponsoring a bill to make the director of the Secret Service subject to Senate confirmation, following widespread concern over the agency's performance in recent months. The bill also increases funding for protection of second residences, which for the Trump administration has become a major expense.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Marlon Bishop, senior producer at Latino USA, about the Puerto Rican Day Parade's controversial decision to honor Oscar Lopez Rivera as a national freedom hero. The decision has caused major sponsors, such as Goya, JetBlue and the Yankees, to pull their sponsorship of the parade.
Britain has suspended intelligence sharing with the U.S. on the Manchester attack after information was leaked to the press. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with former National Coordinator for Security Richard Clarke on how this leak affects relations between the two countries.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Gen. Douglas Lute, who was the U.S. ambassador to NATO until January, about Trump's visit to NATO, and how his comments square with his past statements about the alliance.