Pastors Take on Deportations, Pope at the Border, Super Bowl

Today we begin by hearing from a pastor at a local church who’s offering refuge to Central Americans facing deportation. Then, Pope Francis kicks off a five-day trip to Mexico this week. Why is it significant? Next, the latest on the situation in East L.A., where an estimated 10,000 homes have been contaminated by toxins from an Exide battery recycling plant. After that, Madeleine speaks to the author of a new book detailing the history of the political fight over abortion. And finally, in our regular Monday television roundup, the Super Bowl halftime show and more.

Banner Image: U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement released this photo in September 2011 during a national wave of arrests of immigrants with criminal records.