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U.S. Border Patrol's new chief begins tackling uncomfortable questions

As the new chief of the troubled Border Patrol, Mark Morgan faces any number of complex problems, from corruption in the ranks to a new surge of children and families streaming to the border. But the former U.S. Marine, Los Angeles Police Department officer and FBI agent was confronted by a far...
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