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One zero six nine am seven forty kcbs it's monday june eighteenth two thousand eighteen and coming up on kcbs opposition mounting to the administration's border detention the man at the head of audi is arrested as part of the ongoing investigation into emissions fabrications i'm susan lee taylor and i'm john bristow it's seven thirty one cbs news updates growing outrage over immigration policy that separated about two thousand children from their parents at the southern border cbs david begg no among the reporters who toured a detention facility in mcallen texas we saw people in cages and looked like kennels if you will that animals would be we were not allowed to record anything we could even interview any detainees all we could do take notes on what we saw factor colleen craft president of the american academy of pediatrics visited the same center she says she's worried about the mental health of the youngest detainees walked into the toddler room and very different than when you normally see toddlers they're usually running around and rambunctious there are a number of very quiet children land security secretary kirsten nielsen says she won't apologize for enforcing the law white house press secretary hogan gidley only two things you can do in this particular situation you can release the entire family unit or you can separate them that's it cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez kcbs news time seven thirty two german authorities today arresting the chief executive of volkswagen audi division rupert's dodd lawyer as part of a probe into manipulation of emissions controls the investigation of statler focusing on cars sold in europe that were believed to be equipped with software which turned emission controls off during regular driving and for more let's head to the kcbs ring central newsline and talk with jack ewing european economics correspondent for the new york times based in germany jack day to you thanks for coming on today yes good morning john good morning to you so good afternoon to you technically so are these charges new or is this something that's been lingering since volkswagen got in trouble for this three years ago hi it's pretty as far as startling is concerned because we only learned last week that was officially a suspect prosecutors out of munich announced that and then this warning they went to his house and arrested and then he left i heard he's being held without bail in the.