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"In the US. The White House continues to talk about President Trump's call to move undocumented migrants from border cities to targeted sanctuary cities. White House spokesman HOGAN Gidley told NPR's all things considered that it isn't political retribution. It's an olive branch. If you can't deport them, and you can't detain them. The only option is to release. Them. The problem is we consistently released the family units in the same communities into San Diego. San Antonio Yuma. Phoenix, El Paso, all along the southern border, and they should not be forced to bear the brunt of policies. Democratic lawmakers say the president is using migrants as pawns and as a political tactic. And that the call to move migrants is not legal. They say there's no budget for that purpose. Either. Democrats say they have numerous immigration proposals prepared and the president won't listen to them. American Airlines says it plans to keep its fleet of Boeing seven thirty seven max jets grounded until mid August at least NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports the decision to follow rather follows two deadly crashes in the past six months the decision to ground. The fleet is expected to result in about one hundred fifteen flight cancellations per day, an estimated one and a half percent of the airline's total daily flights Boeing, which manufacturers the seven thirty seven max Chet says it still working on a software fix that will need to be certified by the Federal Aviation Administration. In a statement American Airlines says it's confident the impending updates along with new training elements will lead to the recertification if the opium airlines released a preliminary report earlier this month on the crash of its plane in March investigators said the pilots use procedures provided by Boeing, but could not stop the planes repeated nosedives Windsor, Johnston NPR. News protesters in Sudan, say the military has stopped trying to break up a sit in outside the country's military headquarters in the capital. Artem no one was hurt. There are no reports of violence. Sudan's military has taken over control of the Sudanese government and deposed former President Omar al-bashir military officials say they were responding to the people's will. But they are not creating a civilian transitional government. This has led to continued civilian protests. You're listening to NPR news. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo has completed a Latin American trip focused on increasing pressure on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, Catherine Osborne reports Pompeo heard a call for caution Pompeo spent three days visiting Chile Paraguay who in Columbia. They've oh cooperated with US in isolating muddle during political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, but the Trump administration's continued openness to using military force caused a warning from as president against that step Columbia's, president also took a cooler than usual tone earlier this month, Trump, criticized his approach to drugs and immigration despite Columbia being a key US ally in the region, still when Pompeo visited the leaders of all four countries. So they would keep working toward a transition of power in Venezuela. For NPR news, I'm Catherine Osborne in Rio de Janeiro golfer. Tiger Woods has won this year's master's tournament. More than two decades after he won his first one woods says he's moved by his. Victory on real. You know, just the whole permit has meant so much to me over the years coming here and ninety five for the first time players and after winning in ninety seven and then come full circle. Twenty two years later woods has won fifteen major golf tournaments. There's anticipation over whether he can equal or surpass Jack Nicklaus's record of eighteen major golf tournament victories. This year's Boston marathon is getting underway this morning with some thirty thousand runners participating in the wheelchair division.."