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An executive order that ends the policy of separating kids from their parents has been signed by President Trump. The President said his administration will continue enforcing a "zero tolerance" policy at the southern border. He noted that he did not like the sight of families being separated. Last week, the President told reporters that the separation policy could not be reversed with an executive order.        Former FBI Director James Comey and former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe could be testifying before a group of senators. The Senate Intelligence Committee has sent both of them letters requesting testimony in both open and closed sessions. The testimony would likely revolve around the recently released Justice Department inspector general report that concluded the FBI mishandled the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.        A probe into the publisher of the National Enquirer is looking to determine whether there was an effort to suppress negative stories about President Trump ahead of the 2016 election. The "Wall Street Journal" reports that authorities issued a subpoena to American Media Inc. asking for details about its payment to a former Playboy model who claimed she had an affair with Trump. The Enquirer reportedly paid Karen McDougal 150-thousand-dollars for her story, but never published it.        [[ note nature ]]       The Secret Service has been made aware of a lewd tweet by actor Peter Fonda about President Trump's 12-year-old son, Barron. Fonda said Barron should be taken from his mother and put "in a cage with pedophiles." Fonda later apologized, admitting that he went too far in protesting the policy of separating immigrant children from their parents.       Disney is increasing its offer for the sports and entertainment units of 21st Century Fox. Disney announced this morning it's offer is now more than 71-billion-dollars in a cash-and-stock bid, up from an earlier bid of a 52-billion-dollar all-stock bid. Fox's board of directors is scheduled to meet today to decide whether to pursue Disney's offer or take a closer look at the bid by Comcast, which made an all-cash bid of 65-billion-dollars.       Factors such as technology, climate and culture likely influences a person's decision to get plastic surgery. A report from the American Society of Plastic Surgery explained where it's warmer out and the body is more exposed, breast argumentation tops the list of surgery requests out west along with butt implants in the Southeast. Colder cities in the Northeast favor male breast reduction surgeries while a Midwest doctor says lip reduction requests lead there since people are bundled up much of the year.