The Youngest Known Child Separated From His Family by the Trump Administration

This episode of "The Weekly," a tv series from the New York Times, tells the story of a 4 month-old boy who was separated from his father at the US border with Mexico as part of the US "zero tolerance" policy. "The youngest known child taken from his parents at the U.S.-Mexico border was a 4-month-old baby named Constantin Mutu," says The Weekly. "While he was sent to Michigan to live with a foster family, his father was sent to a detention facility and ultimately deported to Romania, uncertain when he would see his son again."