Border separations show why the US doesn't have orphanages anymore

More than 2,300 children have been taken from their parents at the U.S. border with Mexico since early May, and put into facilities including "tender age" shelters for the littlest children.

Pediatricians, internal medicine specialists, family practitioners, the American Medical Association and public health organizations have all said taking children away from their parents does permanent damage to them.


Click here to read the complete article by Maggie Fox / Jun.20.2018 / 9:46 AM ET / Updated Jun.20.2018 / 11:45 AM ET


Karen East