In recent years, younger migrants have been flocking to this country, often on their own.
Starting in 2014, tens of thousands of kids and teens from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras have crossed into the United States. When they're detained, they are placed with grownups who look after them.
A new report out from the Associated Press shows a majority of those kids were placed in the care of people who are, themselves, not here legally.
AP reporter Amy Taxin gathered all of this information. She joined host Alex Cohen with more.
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