U.S. plans to expand tent camp in Texas for unaccompanied migrant children

Just outside the tiny town of Tornillo, Texas, is a temporary shelter for migrant children. It opened in June and last month the federal government announced it was expanding the shelter's capacity to 3,800 beds — making it the largest shelter in the system for kids who cross the border alone.
Just outside the tiny town of Tornillo, Texas, is a temporary shelter for migrant children. It opened in June and last month the federal government announced it was expanding the shelter's capacity to 3,800 beds — making it the largest shelter in the system for kids who cross the border alone.