EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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Amid family-separation crisis, asylum seekers at the border face long waits, few options

Critics allege that U.S. border officials have institutionalized a policy of limiting the number of asylum seekers processed at the border each day.         

1:16 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Meghan McCain: Trump's rally line about her father is 'gross'

Meghan McCain described a line about her father, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., invoked by President Donald Trump at a Wednesday night rally as "gross.''         

1:05 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Fact check: DHS chief Kirstjen Nielsen’s rhetoric on family separations

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen has resorted to a rhetorical sleight of hand in recent days to defend the Trump administration’s policy of ...

12:59 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Defense Dept. to Help Justice Dept. Prosecute Immigration Cases

The Otay Mesa immigration detention center in San Diego. The Justice Department’s hard line on immigration has elicited strong opposition in recent weeks.

12:28 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

The Bubble: Trump's executive order doesn't fix 'zero tolerance' immigration, liberals say

Conservatives argued that Democrats don't actually care about migrant children and only want to use them as a political football. #TheBubble         

12:15 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

What's changed after Trump's immigration order: For families, for the military and for Congress

"We are keeping families together," Trump said. But in the immediate aftermath of the order, questions arose about what practical effect he order really ...

12:04 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Central American media focus on family separation crisis less acute than in U.S.

Major newspapers published front-page stories on the family separation crisis, but overall coverage was less wall-to-wall than in the United States.         

12:03 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Unbuttoned: It’s 2018: You Can Run for Office and Not Wear a Pantsuit

Democratic members of Congress at President Trump's inaugural address to a joint session of Congress in 2017, in their blazers.

12:00 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Fact check: Trump claims that U.S. has 'weakest and worst' immigration laws in world

President Trump tweeted Wednesday claiming the U.S. has the "weakest and worst" immigration laws in the world.         

June 20 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Senate Rejects White House Plan to Cancel Unused Funding

Senator Susan Collins of Maine on Tuesday at the Capitol. She was one of two Republican senators to reject a package of cuts that had been seen as a largely ...

June 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS