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  • The Story w/ Martha MacCallum – Wednesday, January 16

  • On Wednesday, Martha hosts a heated debate about border security with some contributors after taking a look at the latest caravan coming up from Honduras, with a look at how the Syria attacks have been causing ripples amongst the Republicans, and the wife of the Vice President is going back to work.
  • The Five - Wednesday, January 16

  • On Wednesday, the Five follow the battle between President Trump and the Democrats in the House during this shutdown stalemate, as a new caravan is moving steadily from Honduras, and the Women's March loses a major donor due to associations with Louis Farrakhan.
  • It took this separated family 246 days to reunite

  • Guatemalan mother Vilma Carrillo was reunited with her US citizen daughter after eight months apart. Advocates had warned she was at risk of losing her parental rights even though she was doing everything she could to reunite with her child.
  • The Five - Tuesday, January 15

  • On Tuesday, the Five look at the day's testimony from former and nominated Attorney General William Barr at the Capitol today, while Congressional Democrats boycott a meeting at the White House to discuss the shutdown, and another caravan this time from Honduras is picking up speed to the US.
  • Another migrant caravan prepares to leave from Honduras

  • Months after a migrant caravan sparked a fury of tweets from President Donald Trump, another is forming in Honduras, this time against the backdrop of a partial government shutdown directly linked to Trump's border wall.
  • This Bronx-born nun may become a saint

  • Shortly before she was brutally murdered by a military death squad in El Salvador, Sister Maura Clarke wrote to her mother in Queens with a simple request. She needed a pair of shoes. The Bronx-born Roman Catholic nun had given away her own shoes to a member of her mission in one of the country’s...
  • 12 arrested in kidnapping of US businessman in Costa Rica

  • Twelve people have been arrested in Costa Rica and Spain in connection with an alleged kidnapping scheme involving an American owner of an online gambling company. William Sean Creighton Kopko, the owner of "5Dimes", an online gambling platform, was kidnapped on September 24th as he was about to leave his office in Costa Rica according to a statement issued by the Spanish Civil Guard.

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