Robert Moore

The Washington Post

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Border journalist who writes for The Washington Post and The Texas Monthly.

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A year ago this week, President Trump signed an executive order to end family separations at the U.S.-Mexico Border.

Stories from the border crisis, where there's limited access to food and showers

A year ago this week, President Trump signed an executive order to end family separations at the U.S.-Mexico Border.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The number of families crossing the southwest border has again broken records. Unauthorized entries have nearly doubled since a year ago. Processing centers are filled to capacity.

Despite Trump’s zero tolerance policy, the number of migrants trying to cross the border has doubled

The number of families crossing the southwest border has again broken records. Unauthorized entries have nearly doubled since a year ago. Processing centers are filled to capacity.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Vice President Kamala Harris visited Central America this week. She told would-be migrants in Guatemala “do not come” (to the U.S.), which drew criticism from progressive democrats.

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Political fallout is mounting as LA grapples with how to house its many residents living on the streets.

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President Joe Biden signed a bill into law today declaring June 19, commonly referred to as Juneteenth , a federal holiday.

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It’s been two weeks since a gunman in San Jose reported to work, opened fire, and killed nine people before killing himself.

Jobs numbers are up but a recovery still looks rocky as we emerge from the pandemic.

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Joe Mathews says that focusing on the state budget, when it appears in good shape, obscures California’s systemic failures.

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Last month, LA saw its first major fire of what’s expected to be a devastating season.

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