Thousands gather south of the Arizona border awaiting their turn to enter the country and request asylum, but still others look for areas along the border where they can step onto U.S. soil. Now the U.S. government is rushing to build dozens of miles of new border fence. It was a campaign promise in far-flung Washington, D.C., four years ago. It’s happening now in Arizona.
Special Report: 'Tracing The Migrant Journey'
To talk about the GOP getting rid of its 2020 Presidential Preference Election, along with Andy Biggs moving up in the Freedom Caucus and more, Chuck Coughlin, president and CEO of HighGround, and attorney and former congressional staffer Roy Herrera joined The Show.


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Ric Ocasek, Frontman Of The Cars, Has Died
The lead singer of The Cars — the offbeat Boston rock band that became a mainstay of radio in the 1980s — died Sunday afternoon in Manhattan.
Iran Denies It Is Behind Drone Attacks On Oil Plants In Saudi Arabia
Houthi rebels in Yemen have claimed responsibility for the attacks, but Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Iran of launching an "unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply."
The United Auto Workers voted Sunday to strike after not agreeing with General Motors on wages, heath care and profit sharing. The strike may bring the automaker's U.S. production to a halt.
UAW Votes For Nationwide Strike To Begin Before Midnight Sunday
The move comes after failing to agree to a new contract with General Motors over wages, health care and profit-sharing. Nearly 50,000 workers will be affected when production halts.
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