Friday News Roundup - Domestic
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With two weeks to go before August recess, Congress scrambles to craft legislation to address the border crisis. Around the country, more and more communities protest the arrival of immigrant children. Top executives from General Motors testify again on Capitol Hill over the company’s handling of the faulty ignition-switch recall. Senators question why G.M.’s top lawyer still has his job. The House votes to temporarily fund the Highway Trust Fund just weeks before money runs out. And Citibank agrees to a $7 billion dollar settlement with the U.S. government over their role in the mortgage crisis. Diane discusses the week in news with a panel of reporters.
White House correspondent, Reuters
economic policy reporter, The Wall Street Journal
political writer, The Daily Beast. She is a regular panelist on the McLaughlin Group.
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