Sign up for the TODAY newsletter
You have successfully subscribed to the TODAY newsletter.
Subscribe now and get trending stories, celebrity news and all the best of TODAY.
Future of 2,000 migrant children in government custody still in limbo
Officials at the southern border say they’re averaging about 45 days to reunite migrant children who have been separated from their parents, but the Department of Health and Human Services says it’s “awaiting further guidance” on how to speed up the process. NBC’s Gabe Guiterrez reports from McAllen, Texas, where he learns more about the shelters where children are in custody and the parents who await a reunion.
364 migrant children reunited with families, government says00:28
Head of national intelligence rebukes Trump over Russia in candid interview02:29
Trump invites Putin to White House for second summit this fall03:36
Tornadoes tear through Iowa town as wildfires threaten Oregon03:23
‘I prayed and I cried’: Witness recalls deadly capsizing of Missouri duck boat03:36
Tourist duck boat capsizes on Missouri lake in deadly accident02:41