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Acting DHS chief says family separations cost law enforcement "public trust"The acting head of Homeland Security told CBS News the Trump administration's controversial immigration policy that led to family separations is not coming back. Kevin McAleenan took over for Kirstjen Nielsen earlier this month. Sharyn Alfonsi of "60 Minutes" interviewed McAleenan at the border.
Victims in Sri Lanka bombings laid to restVictims of the mass murder were laid to rest Tuesday, with one funeral procession following another all day
ISIS claims responsibility for Sri Lanka bombingsMore than 300 people were killed when several bombs went off in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Now, ISIS is claiming responsibility in a video. Elizabeth Palmer has the latest.
Trump and first lady to head to UK to meet with queenTrump will meet with the queen, Prime Minister Theresa May before departing to France to mark D-Day
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry aren't the first to buck royal baby traditionsBritain's youngest royal, Prince Louis, turned one on Tuesday, but the world was anxiously awaiting news from his aunt and uncle, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child any day now. Royal births have been a source of palace and international intrigue for centuries, so Harry and Meghan's decision to ditch decades of etiquette has come as a surprise to some. But it's certainly not the first time a "new" royal has broken with tradition. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
Meghan and Harry not the first to buck royal baby traditionTheir decision to ditch decades of etiquette has come as a surprise to some but it's certainly not the first time a "new" royal has broken with tradition