2 minutes offer the facts on the U.S.-Mexico border crisis. You can draw your own conclusions.
Since October 2013, an estimated 60,000 children from Central America have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border without their parents. In previous years, that number was closer to 6,000.
Americans need to figure out what to do about this wave of kids. Do we treat them as refugees or deport them immediately? This video gives a short rundown of the facts. But unlike most of the media coverage, it invites you to draw your own conclusions.