In an earlier investigation, we found that Puerto Rico sends drug addicts to Chicago for treatment in unregulated residential programs. Now, new evidence raises questions about what happens to the ID documents those programs confiscate from addicts.
Mags MacEntee grew up in Ireland and moved temporarily to the U.S. so her husband could complete his medical school residency. Over time, though, they started making a life in the States and their temporary move became permanent.
President Obama's executive order on immigration is heading to court. We discuss the future of immigration reform with Maria McFarland Sanchez-Moreno from Human Rights Watch. We also talk to two relatives of the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students and two peace advocates from Jerusalem talk about their mission to bring peace to the Israel/Palestine conflict.
In an address to the nation last night, President Obama announced executive action that could shield millions from deportation. As we consider the impact of the new measure we'll take a look at how Australia has addressed immigration with Madeleine Sumption of the Migration Policy Institute.