You may by cool, but you're not "drink a beer on a lawn chair" surfing cool. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
As they navigate an alphabet soup of government offices and social-service agencies, parents who were separated from their children under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy await details on when and how their families might be reunited. The president of the American Bar Association met with ten detainees at a Dept. of Homeland Security facility on the Texas Gulf Coast on Tuesday; she describes immigrants who were confused about the process and concerned about their children. ABC's Jim Ryan is at the border and talks with Tony.
I can't put it down" - that's what gamers often say about their favorite video games played on TVs and smart phones. And that might be true: The World Health Organization is now adding "gaming disorder" to its list of addictive disorders in the most recent International Classification of Diseases. Just a small percentage of the 2-point-6 billion people who play video games every year are believed to be addicted. Is this a thing? Dr. Charles Pemberton with Louisville Dimensions Family Therapy breaks it down with Tony.