Federal Government Misses Deadline to Reunify Migrant Families
San Diego-based District Judge Dana Sabraw called the government and the ACLU to court Tuesday for a status hearing on how reunification efforts for the "tender age" children, those age 5 and under, is going. Tuesday was the day the judge set to reunite these young children with their families.
Guest: Lee Gelernt, lead attorney on the ACLU's challenge to the Trump administration's family separation practice
Since the Trump administration began separating immigrant families as part of the zero-tolerance policy, children are increasingly having to appear before immigration judges alone, without their parents. The Department of Justice is even separating the cases of families that were never physically separated.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
London Breed to Be Sworn in as San Francisco's First African-American Woman Mayor
San Francisco gets a new mayor today. London Breed is the first African-American woman elected to the city's top job.
Reporter: Scott Shafer