Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rossello Announces Resignation; Theresa May Delivers Last Question Time as UK Prime Minister; FROM THE ARCHIVES: Children in Migrant Detention

People celebrate, after Gov. Ricardo Rossello announced that he is resigning Aug. 2 after nearly two weeks of protests and political upheaval touched off by a leak of crude and insulting chat messages between him and his top advisers in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, July 25, 2019.
People celebrate, after Gov. Ricardo Rossello announced that he is resigning Aug. 2 after nearly two weeks of protests and political upheaval touched off by a leak of crude and insulting chat messages between him and his top advisers in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, July 25, 2019. Carlos Giusti / AP Photo
People celebrate, after Gov. Ricardo Rossello announced that he is resigning Aug. 2 after nearly two weeks of protests and political upheaval touched off by a leak of crude and insulting chat messages between him and his top advisers in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, July 25, 2019.
People celebrate, after Gov. Ricardo Rossello announced that he is resigning Aug. 2 after nearly two weeks of protests and political upheaval touched off by a leak of crude and insulting chat messages between him and his top advisers in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, July 25, 2019. Carlos Giusti / AP Photo

Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rossello Announces Resignation; Theresa May Delivers Last Question Time as UK Prime Minister; FROM THE ARCHIVES: Children in Migrant Detention

On today’s show:

  • Puerto Rico’s governor Ricardo Rossello announced his resignation following weeks of mass protests.
  • Theresa May delivered her last question time as Prime Minister to the United Kingdom’s Parliament.
  • We bring you an interview from our archives on children in U.S. immigrant detention.