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President Trump is putting a stop to the family separation practice at the U.S. border with Mexico. Trump signed an executive order today temporarily ending the policy of separating migrant children from their parents. The directive allows children to remain with their parents in illegal immigration detention centers.        Denver-based Frontier Airlines won't knowingly allow their flights to transport migrant children. In a Facebook post, the airline says they pride themselves on being a family airline and are not aware if they have been used to transport these children. Earlier, American Airlines and United Airlines also made the same determination.       It shouldn't be underestimated that there is a threat to American elections. That's what Virginia Democratic Senator Mark Warner said in a hearing today on Russia's interference in the last presidential campaign. North Carolina Republican Richard Burr talked about upcoming midterms and the 2020 presidential election and said the U.S. be more prepared, noting Russia's skill at spreading misinformation on social media.        In order to avoid an attack in prison Paul Manafort has been put in solitary confinement. Former Trump lawyer John Dowd told Fox News that the warden at Northern Neck Regional Jail is concerned someone might attack Manafort for what he called "street cred." Manafort awaits trial in Virginia on money laundering charges after a judge revoked his bail for attempting to influence possible witnesses.       There's a new CEO of the healthcare venture that Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon and JPMorgan announced in January. Business Insider says the three companies chose Dr. Atul Gawand, a professor at Harvard Medical School, to run the operation. As self-insured employers, the three companies are looking for ways to bring healthcare costs down for employees.       Figures show existing-home sales are on the decline for the second straight month. The National Association of Realtors says overall sales of single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums in May fell four-tenths of a percent last month to an annual rate of five-point-43 million units. The realtors group blamed low supply, higher prices and rising mortgage rates for keeping prospective buyers out of the market.