Home / News from NPR / More Than 550 Separated Migrant Children Remain In U.S. Custody
More than 550 children separated recently from their parents have still not reunited with their families. NPR's Lakshmi Singh speaks with KQED's Tyche Hendricks about the latest developments.

More Than 550 Separated Migrant Children Remain In U.S. Custody

By
Copyright 2018 KQED. To see more, visit KQED.

Read the full story on NPR.org »

Check Also

A Trans Man Steps Into The Ring – And Wins His Debut As A Professional Boxer

After an injury forced Patricio Manuel to withdraw from the women's Olympic boxing trials, the fighter faced a reckoning. He decided to start living publicly as a man — and rebuild his boxing career.