Minimal food, freezing temperatures and no chance for sleep. That’s how three children from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala described detention centers the U.S.
Minimal food, freezing temperatures and no chance for sleep. That’s how three children from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala described detention centers the U.S.
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Minimal food, freezing temperatures and no chance for sleep. That’s how three children from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala described detention centers the U.S.
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First lady Michelle Obama echoed president Wednesday when she pushed for women’s rights in a roomful of young African leaders.
The National Institutes of Health is being strangled.
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First lady Michelle Obama wants to get veterans off the streets.
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First lady Michelle Obama echoed president Wednesday when she pushed for women’s rights in a roomful of young African leaders.
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Minimal food, freezing temperatures and no chance for sleep. That’s how three children from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala described detention centers the U.S.
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Minimal food, freezing temperatures and no chance for sleep. That’s how three children from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala described detention centers the U.S.

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