Immigration Hurdle, the “Latino Ferguson,” and Vietnam Then and Now

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A federal judge in Texas has halted President Obama’s executive actions on immigration. So what happens now for undocumented people who would’ve started sending in applications for one of the president’s programs tomorrow? Then, a look at the police shooting of an unarmed 35-year-old man in Pasco, Washington; it’s being called the “Latino Ferguson.” Next, we take a trip across the country to the Westminster Dog Show, which culminates tonight with the crowning of one canine as the “best in show.” What are the politics of a dog show? Continuing our weeklong series of interviews with the filmmakers behind this year’s Oscar-nominated documentaries, Madeleine speaks with Rory Kennedy, director of Last Days in Vietnam. The film chronicles the fall of Saigon in 1975. Finally, we fast-forward to contemporary Vietnam: How has it changed in the last 40 years?

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