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President Trump says the U-S needs new laws to cut down on illegal immigration. But illegal border crossings are actually down since 2000.

Meanwhile, asylum cases are up.

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The House could vote on TWO immigration bills, but neither one appears likely to pass.

Republicans are split and Democrats are angry over family separation. What's next for immigration legislation on the next on All Things Considered from NPR News.

Under a program begun more than a decade before Trump took office, all first-time illegal border crossers were prosecuted. It was meant to be a deterrent. But public defenders, federal judges, and an inspector general's report say it fell short.

'Brain Balance' is a kind of alternative therapy program for kids with disorders like autism and A-D-H-D. It's popular, with over one hundred locations around the country. And it makes big claims about being able to correct certain developmental and learning disorders without medication.

An investigation into the science behind those claims on the next on All Things Considered from NPR News.

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The President wants to stop military exercises with South Korea, which he says amount to "war games." A look at what Trump means by war games... And how much money it would save to scrap them. On the next on All Things Considered from NPR News.

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Central Americans seeking U.S. asylum are being turned away from official US ports of entry. We'll follow one family who says they were terrorized by gangs in Guatemala and then sent back. That's on the next on All Things Considered from NPR News.

The former deputy director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, weighs in. He's made more than a 20 trips to North Korea as an inspector.

That's on the next on All Things Considered from NPR News.

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