Will the government meet the deadline to reunify families separated at the border?

Next week is the deadline to reunite the thousands of kids separated from their parents at the border. The Department of Homeland Security said yesterday that they’re working to meet the deadline, but will not “cut corners.” We get an update on where these families are now.


Image: U.S.-born Mexican Kelly Nape, embraces her grandmother Christina Nape for the first time, after a Mexican NGO APOFAM organized a reunion for 18 children to return to their homeland and meet their family members in Teopantlan, Puebla, Mexico, July 18, 2018. Picture taken July 18, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso