Saturday, August 11, 2018
From USA Today:
At a sparkling mid-century office building in the heart of Phoenix's financial district, an unusual scene continues to play out.
A van pulls up multiple times each day and out climb several pairs of parents and children, each clutching their belongings in duffel bags or clear plastics bags stamped with the words Department of Homeland Security on the side.
Their arrival at the office building marks the last agonizing chapter as well as the start of an uncertain future for hundreds of asylum-seeking families separated at the border and now being quietly reunited in Phoenix before a fast-approaching, court-ordered deadline.
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