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People protest immigration separation policies outside Federal Court on Tuesday in El Paso, Texas. Cases of children and families seeking refuge were being heard inside the courthouse. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Reuniting Families Separated At The Border Proves Complicated

A volunteer in Baltimore spends her days trying to reconnect migrant children and parents who have been separated and detained. One story illustrates why it is not necessarily simple.

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People protest immigration separation policies outside Federal Court on Tuesday in El Paso, Texas. Cases of children and families seeking refuge were being heard inside the courthouse. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Reuniting Families Separated At The Border Proves Complicated

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President Trump speaks at the White House alongside Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou during an announcement last July that the electronics supplier will open a manufacturing facility in Wisconsin. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wisconsin Hopes Foxconn Will Make It A Digital Hub, But Skepticism Abounds

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