No due process, Erdoğan re-elected and your brain on improv.

June 25, 2018

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A Honduran family of three children and a mother seeking asylum sit with a colorful umbrella on the Mexican side of the Brownsville-Matamoros International Bridge.

A Honduran family seeking asylum wakes up on the Mexican side of the Brownsville-Matamoros International Bridge.

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Loren Elliott/Reuters

Over the weekend, President Donald Trump suggested via Twitter that people who cross the US border without papers should be sent back "immediately with no Judges or court cases." So what due process protections are in place for undocumented immigrants? We'll take a look. Plus, why the Guatemalan government turned to an LGBTQ advocacy group to help train officials at the federal prosecutor's office in Guatemala City. And, a collaboration between brain scientists and improv comedians seeks to better understand how the brain behaves when it's improvising.

Music Heard on Air

The songs played between segments during this episode included:
Artist: Tin Hat Trio
Label: Rope a Dope
Song: The Secret
Artist: Cayetano
Label: Musicpark Records
Artist: Morcheeba
Label: Atlantic Records UK

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