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People gather at Saint Mark Catholic Church for a solidarity with migrants vigil, Thursday, June 21, 2018 in El Paso, Texas. President Donald Trump's order ending the policy of separating immigrant families at the border leaves a host of unanswered questions, including what happens to the more than 2,300 children already taken from their parents and where the government will house all the newly detained migrants in a system already bursting at the seams. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Stories of family separation

- The Washington Times

One illegal immigrant mother from Guatemala says that during the phone calls she’s had with her son, he cries for most of the time.

 In this Sept. 16, 2016 file photo, Eric Johnson speaks during a news conference in Chicago. Johnson says he was sexually abused as a pre-teen by Bruce Wellems, a teenager who later became a prominent Roman Catholic priest. The Associated Press reported on June 22, 2018, that Wellems was given access to Chicago public schools for months despite school system officials knowing he was forced to leave the priesthood due to sexual abuse of a minor. (AP Photo/Tae-Gyun Kim File) **FILE**

Ex-priest who abused child allowed access to Chicago schools

- Associated Press

Chicago Public Schools correspondence provided to The Associated Press shows that the nation’s third largest school district gave a former Roman Catholic priest access to its schools for months despite knowing he was forced to leave the priesthood for sexually abusing a boy of 6 when he was around 15.

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This Feb. 19, 2013, file photo shows OxyContin pills arranged for a photo at a pharmacy in Montpelier, Vt. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot, File)

House passes sweeping opioids bill

- The Washington Times

The House passed a massive opioids bill Friday to expand treatment options, stem the flow of deadly fentanyl into the U.S. and reduce the number of addictive pills in circulation, setting the stage for Senate action and President Trump's signature.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents enter an apartment complex looking for a specific undocumented immigrant convicted of a felony during an early morning operation in Dallas. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

WikiLeaks launches searchable database of ICE employees

- The Washington Times

WikiLeaks waded into the debate surrounding President Trump's border policies Thursday by launching a searchable database containing information scraped from the LinkedIn profiles of thousands of people allegedly affiliated with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.