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As migrant parents and children are reunited in San Antonio and in other parts of the state, one Texas congressman learned what the government plans to do with children left behind after their parents were deported.

 

 


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After weeks of headlines dominated by White House actions on the international stage, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will face questions from lawmakers Wednesday afternoon about how the Trump administration is managing foreign policy.

NAFTA

Texas business leaders are hopeful about future of U.S. trade relations with Mexico following the Mexican presidential election. 

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Several hundred San Antonians turned out Thursday to voice their outrage against a Trump administration policy that is separating parents and children when they cross the border illegally.

“Where are the children” is the hashtag driving the debate online about immigration with minors who have come across the border unaccompanied and those separated from their parents. 


President Trump praised the NFL's decision to mandate that players either stand for the national anthem or stay in the locker room in a TV interview that aired Thursday.

And he questioned whether players who choose not to stand "proudly" should be in the country at all.

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