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Children gathered in the largest migrant children detention center in the U.S. in Homestead, Florida. Photo: Gianrigo Marletta/AFP/Getty Images
The fallout over migrant children in squalid conditions reached new heights today, Axios' Zachary Basu reports.
Why it matters: Hundreds of migrant kids were moved out of the station just yesterday — where lawyers say they found kids sleeping on floors, taking care of toddlers, and going without proper nutrition or sanitation for days, according to the AP.
The big picture: The chaos of the past week has underscored some of the real-world effects of a paralyzed Washington.
What to watch: Trump has threatened to veto the package, accusing Democrats of undermining his border efforts — while acknowledging conditions at detention centers are "terrible."
Aerial view of fishermen catching crayfish next to photovoltaic solar panels at a fishery-solar hybrid photovoltaic power station in Yangzhou, China.
Boris Johnson, the frontrunner to replace outgoing U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, had a very interesting answer when asked by Talkradio's Ross Kempsell about his favorite way to relax: