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You may not hear it reported on the news, but there’s a massive rush to cross the southern border into the U.S. by hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants. We have exclusive new numbers that show people are coming from places as close as Mexico and as far away as Pakistan in troubling numbers, stressing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement. And we’ll explain why there’s been a record number of Haitians crossing into the U.S. illegally.
We’ll also dig into the problem of antibiotic resistant “superbugs.” Scientists say it’s only a matter of time before these dangerous bacteria become more common in the U.S. Some people are catching them at hospitals. Why isn’t the federal government requiring hospitals to report their superbug infections?
And you may be surprised to hear about the dangers for pedestrians in New Orleans where many more of them die per year than similar-sized cities. Joce Sterman will explain why that is and what’s being done.