(The Washington Post)
Politics
Sessions to move judges to border so migrants will not ‘stampede’ into country
On May 2, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the Justice Department would increase prosecutors and immigration judges at the U.S. southern border to address the asylum claims of the migrant caravan.
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