Jul 25, 2014 4:01 PM
Three Central American Presidents are in Washington today, blaming the U.S. for the recent influx of children crossing the border without their parents.
Congress is in gridlock over how to deal with the growing crisis on the southern border, and it's not looking like they'll get anything done before heading out on a month long break next week.
The Obama Administration is looking at a new plan: 2,000 visas for refugees from Honduras, but that won't address 112,000 parents and children already here who've crossed the border from Central America this year.
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