This week has been filled with major headlines in the U.S. and around the world. One America’s Rachel Acenas takes us through the top stories of the week.
The president highlights efforts to combat illegal immigration at the southern border. In a tweet Saturday, the president said border patrol, and law enforcement officials have apprehended large numbers of illegal immigrants at the border. He applauded their efforts saying “they won’t be coming into the U.S.”The president went on to say “the wall is being built and will greatly help us in the future and now.”
Another six-tons of humanitarian aid is flown from the U.S. to Colombia, with the hopes of getting it into Venezuela.Reports Friday said the supplies left Florida, and headed to the border along Colombia and Venezuela.The aid contained medical and cleaning supplies for hospitals, as well as tons of non-perishable food and medicine.
Increased activity around a second missile site in North Korea stokes concern over a possible launch in the near future.Newly released satellite images appear to show vehicles moving around a facility near Pyongyang, where the country assembles most of its ballistic missiles and rockets. It remains unclear at this point, if the possible launch would be for a missile or a satellite rocket.
This week has been filled with major headlines in the U.S. and around the world. One America’s Rachel Acenas takes us through the top stories in our Week in Review.