Can U.S. decrease child migration by sponsoring programs?

Aired: 10/9/2014 | 0:06:23 | Clip
After a record number of young, unaccompanied migrants from Central America started to arrive in the U.S., the White House pledged millions of dollars to help address the problem where it starts. The NewsHour’s P.J. Tobia examines U.S.-funded programs like community centers that are designed to decrease crime in and stem migration from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.