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Immigration’s Toll

In April and May, U.S. federal officials separated an estimated 2,000 children from their parents caught crossing the southern border into the United States. At a detention center in Texas, the childrenawaited their fate inside chain-link cages. Top among the concerns surrounding this action is the lasting toll it will have on young children. As the numbers show, there is reason to be worried about the mental health of both these children and their parents.

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11 Million

Estimated number of unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S. About 2 million live in or near New York City and Los Angeles; another half a million live in the Houston area.

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OVER THE MOON When the world first learned of a historic summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the news didn’t come from a presidential tweet or a state-run media announcement. More than any other player in this diplomatic drama, South Korean President Moon Jae-in was most responsible for the historic meeting. Acting as mediators between Trump and Kim, he and his top aides had spent months encouraging, cajoling and flattering the two leaders into accepting the conditions that made their denuclearization talks possible. For Moon, the Singapore summit was a diplomatic and political triumph.In the wake of the meeting, polls showed Moon en-joying his highest approval ratings since his election in May 2017.