Obama administration pledges to 'stem this tide'

The president will hold a meeting hundreds of

The president will hold a meeting hundreds of miles away to discuss the immigration crisis.

(AP) -- Obama administration officials are defending their response to the immigration crisis on the southwest border and promising to stem the tide of unaccompanied children arriving from Central America.

In testimony prepared for a Senate hearing Wednesday, several officials, including the heads of the Federal Emergency Management Agency and of Customs and Border Protection, argue...

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