ON THE BORDER: Immigration Crisis Divides Texas Town

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With a population of nearly 140,000 people, McAllen, Texas has become ground zero of the immigration crisis. For residents of the Rio Grande Valley, their hearts are divided, believing that the U.S. is a nation of laws, but also a nation of compassion. As a delegation of U.S. prelates travel to the border to get first-hand information about the crisis of separated families, Currents News Tim Harfmann has an exclusive report about how the city is divided over how to handle migrants.