Trump Claims 'No Longer A Nuclear Threat From North Korea' Upon Return From Summit
President Trump is back in the U.S., following his summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Singapore. Shortly after arriving at Andrews Air Force Base, the president tweeted "There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea." CBS 2's Laura Podesta reports.

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House Votes Expected On Legislation To Keep Migrant Families TogetherHouse Republicans are moving forward with two immigration bills aimed at keeping families together after illegal border crossings. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
President Trump Says He'll Move To End Family SeparationsPresident Donald Trump says he'll be "signing something" to end the practice of separating families at the Mexico border when they cross illegally.
Trump: ‘I’ll Be Signing Something In A Little While’ On ImmigrationSources tell the Associated Press that Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is drafting an order to end family separations at the border. It's unclear if President Trump will sign it, but he has told reporters he will be "signing something" on Wednesday. CBS 2's Angelica Alvarez has more.
Protesters Crash DHS Secretary's Dinner Amid Furor Over Family SeparationsThe fallout from President Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy is increasing pressure on Congress to pass an immigration bill. Republicans are trying to craft legislation to stop separating families at the border, but Democrats and some Republicans say the president could make that happen now. CBS 2's Hena Doba reports.
Trump To Meet With Republicans Ahead Of House Immigration VotesPresident Donald Trump will be on Capitol Hill on Tuesday to meet with Republicans, as the House prepares to vote on two competing immigration bills. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Thousands Protest Trump Administration's Family Separation PolicyProtests and outrage across the nation, after images show hundreds of children held in cages in U.S. government shelters. Many were separated from their parents at the Mexico border. The Trump administration calls it a zero tolerance policy against illegal immigration. CBS 2's Hena Doba reports.

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