A former first lady, Laura Bush, joined the debate, calling the separation policy "cruel" and "immoral" and said "it breaks my heart". "This, I think, is a flawless example, of why our borders need to be secured", Boyd said.
Schiff said the practice was "deeply unethical" and that Republicans' refusal to criticize Trump represented a "sad degeneration" of the GOP, which he said had become "the party of lies".
In a recent six-week period there were almost 2,000 family separations.
In the first two weeks of the "zero-tolerance" approach, 658 minors - including many babies and toddlers - were separated from the adults that travelled with them, according to United States border officials.
United States (US) officials have confirmed that in the last six weeks almost 2,000 migrant children were separated from their families at the US-Mexico border. Sessions openly admitted when announcing the policy that children would be ripped away from their parents.
Almost 2,000 migrant children - 1,995 - were separated from 1,940 adults between April 19 and May 31, after being caught illegally crossing the border, a Department of Homeland Security official told reporters during a conference call Friday.
"That's traumatising to the children who are innocent victims, and it is contrary to our values in this country". But neither bill has much hope of securing enough support in the Republican-controlled Congress, let alone surviving Trump's veto pen.
Koepka wins second straight US Open Championship
That Koepka prevailed on two wildly different layouts, and in totally different conditions, was even more satisfying. Then you can't attack anything from there and you have to go on the safe side and try and hit the greens.
A group of House Democrats converged on an immigration detention facility in New Jersey on Sunday, days before a planned vote by House Republicans next week. "That contradicts everything we know that the kids need to build their health". Because of the policy, more adults have been jailed and more children have been shipped elsewhere.
Merkley said he had "spoken directly" with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about the policy and wanted to see if President Donald Trump would meet with them. "The age of the child matters". "I certainly don't want anybody to use these kids as leverage", she said.
Jackson-Lee accused Trump of lying by claiming he was simply following to the letter a previously existing law. He said that neither him nor the president "like to see children taken away from their parents".
Representative Ben Ray Lujon said Mr Trump "could pick up the phone and stop it today".
O'Rourke denounced the "inhumane separation of children from their parents" and the conditions at the tent camp, and complained that migrants who present themselves at ports of entry, seeking legal asylum, are being denied due process. "It's a disgrace, it's shameful and it's un-American", he added. A bill authored by Senator Dianne Feinstein has attracted near universal support among the caucus, with several red-state Democrats committing to it on Sunday; only West Virginia's Joe Manchin remains on the fence.
"These children should not be a negotiating tool".
The petition says: "These children are thrust into detention centres often without an advocate or [a lawyer] and possibly even without the presence of any adult who can speak their language".
Emirati forces are leading irregular and loyalist forces on the ground while Saudi pilots conduct airstrikes. Yemeni pro-government forces fire a mortar round in the area of al-Fazah in Yemen's Hodeida province.
Mais la SNCF ne garantit que trois trains Lyria sur quatre, et deux sur trois en direction de l'Italie et de l'Espagne. Seuls 2 Intercités sur 5 circuleront, et 50% des liaisons internationales seront assurées .
Un supporter péruvien a pris 25 kilos en trois mois pour pouvoir encourager son équipe nationale à la Coupe du Monde. Il fallait prendre 25 kg. "Et j'ai réussi!", a-t-il simplement relaté au média argentin Clarin Deportes .
Yemen government forces - backed by an Arab coalition - have reached the southern and northern parts of Hodeidah's global airport. The recent escalation in fighting has raised fears the clashes could trigger a starvation imperiling millions of lives.
The strategy is setting children up for "psychological scars that will take a lifetime to undo", he said . She said those who work there are doing what they could to make sure the children's needs are met.
The strongest shaking was north of Osaka, but the quake rattled large parts of western Japan, including Kyoto, the agency said. In 1995, a magnitude 6.9 natural disaster killed more than 6000 people when it struck in neighbouring Kobe.
They have been free on bail since shortly after the incident, and have been allowed to travel to their native Ireland. McGregor and Cowley gatecrashed a media event a few days before the UFC 223 event in April.
Phil Mickelson penalized after hitting moving ball
Mickelson shot even par on the first three holes and birdied the par-4 fourth hole, putting him at 5-over for the championship. I would still be out there potentially. "I've had multiple times where I wanted to do that, and I finally did it".
Zach Johnson Angered By 'Pure Carnage' On The US Open Course
A new, quirky venue like Erin Hills might not have been held in high regard, but the rich history of Shinnecock? Wall: No way. It is not clear when she and Koepka began to date, but it was not long before she entered the spotlight during Koepka's U.S.
Bomber Kills 11, Mostly Taliban Celebrating Truce
A three-day Eid truce between the Taliban and Afghan security forced was distrupted when a auto bomb exploded, killing 26 people. It is hard to describe the joy, ' said student Qais Liwal. 'We are all just so exhausted of war, ' he said.
Nottingham Open: Barty beats Konta in final
But she got back into the match and levelled it at one set apiece, finally converting her seventh break-point opportunity. A furious Johanna Konta lost out to Ashleigh Barty in the final of the Nature Valley Open in Nottingham.
Comedian raped and murdered on way home from gig
Ms Bridger-Darling said the response also reflects wider concerns about violence against women, victim blaming and public safety. Magnuson told The Age newspaper, "She gave me a hug, blew me a kiss and said she was going for a walk".