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Read the handwritten notes in a court filing from parents separated from their childrenPresident Trump issued an executive order halting family separations, but that doesn't solve the problem for families who were already separated
Immigrant children in custody at border will be reunited with families by end of dayPresident Trump has ordered authorities to stop separating families at the border
Supreme Court ruling on tracking cellphone data highlights privacy concernsCellphone data has become a powerful tool for law enforcement, especially since it's become easy to track our every move. But the Supreme Court ruled on Friday that police need a search warrant if they want to track suspects. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford explains.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, June 22, 2018Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.
Trump presents what he calls "the other side" of the immigration storyPresident Trump stood alongside "angel families" who have been affected by crimes committed by undocumented immigrants. The event on Friday capped off a week of controversy and confusion over the administration's "zero tolerance" policy. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid reports.
School cafeteria worker feeds the hungry well after lunch hour endsDebra Davis works hard feeding the students at Hoover High School. But once the bell rings, she keeps working -- to feed the homeless. Steve Hartman has her story "On The Road."

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