The administration has separated dozens of families at the U.S.-Mexico border since the executive order that ended the general practice.
Thousands of immigrant families are facing increasing hurdles to taking custody of sons, daughters and relatives who crossed the border on their own.
The Health and Human Services Department tells Senate staffers that case managers could not find the children after they made follow-up calls to check on their safety from April through June.
As hundreds of children remain separated from their parents as a result of the Trump administration's immigration policy, El Salvador charges that three children, ages 12 to 17, were victimized at shelters in Arizona.
Juxtapose the outpouring of compassion for 12 young Thai soccer players with the catastrophe that millions of children face in Yemen and the U.S. debacle of forced separation of migrant families.
Amid reports that his administration is tearing apart migrant families, the president is more popular with his party than ever.
They are at risk of being placed in the custody of human traffickers because federal agencies have delayed crucial reforms needed to keep unaccompanied minors safe.