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Hundreds of migrant kids remain separated from parents

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| More than a month after a deadline to reunite families separated at the border, more than 500 children remain in federal care. Here's one teen's story.

Trump border wall faces new legal challenge

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A federal appeals court in Pasadena heard from attorneys Tuesday who say President Trump's proposed border wall violates more than 30 environmental laws.

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Trump administration loses in California sanctuary law case

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A federal judge in Sacramento rejected the Trump administration's argument that S.B. 54, the state sanctuary law, impedes immigration agents from doing their jobs.

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Information sharing raises red flag for immigrant advocates

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The federal Office of Refugee Resettlement will provide immigration officials with information on sponsors who could take in children separated from their parents at the border.

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Court orders government to reunite families by deadlines

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A federal judge in San Diego on Tuesday directed the Trump administration to reunite migrant families who have been separated at the border within 30 days.

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Detained mothers file lawsuit seeking reunion with children

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One of the mothers filing the suit is being held at an immigration facility in Irvine. She and her 16-year-old daughter were separated after crossing the border.

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One migrant mother describes separation, reunion and trauma

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Before the Trump administration reversed its policy of separating families caught crossing the southern border, thousands of parents and kids were divided.

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Orange County, other SoCal officials stand with White House at anti-sanctuary meeting

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The White House billed the meeting as one to "discuss shared efforts to end the nullification of federal law and restore community safety.”

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