Judge to Weigh New Rules As U.S. Works to Reunite Migrant Families

According to Reuters on Friday, a federal judge will consider imposing tougher rules on the U.S. government to ensure it reunites as many as 2,000 immigrant children with their parents by July 26. In a lawsuit brought by the ACLU, a judge ordered the government in June to reunite families that had been separated after crossing the U.S.-Mexican border. The government failed to meet a Tuesday deadline for reuniting an initial group of children under 5. Watch video for more details.