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President Trump is putting an end to the policy of separating immigrant families at the border. Trump reversed himself today by signing an executive order stopping the practice of taking children from their parents when they're caught illegally crossing the border. Trump said it's about keeping families together while also ensuring border security.        The publisher of the National Enquirer is being subpoenaed as part of the federal probe into Trump lawyer Michael Cohen. 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 probe is looking to determine whether there was an effort to suppress negative stories about Trump ahead of the 2016 election.        A California couple accused of torturing 12 of their children will be back in court tomorrow as a judge determines if they'll face a jury. A 911 call played in court today documented the horrific abuse that David and Louise Turpin are accused of inflicting on their children. In the call, their 17-year-old daughter tells dispatchers of being chained up and living in filthy conditions.        The Senate Intelligence Committee wants to hear more from former FBI Director James Comey and his right-hand man Andrew McCabe. The testimony would likely revolve around the recently released Justice Department inspector general report that concluded the FBI mishandled the Hillary Clinton email investigation.       Instagram is introducing a new mobile app called IGTV that will allow users to post hour-long videos. It will feature user-generated videos from up and coming internet celebrities, artists and others.