Michelle Booker-Hicks shot Rickey Wright, 36, in the head after he tried to steal her car from a gas station.
"Do you know what a lawyer is? No? Do you have a lawyer? No? The respondent is present in court, but without an attorney."
The agent is accused of distributing child pornography through his iPod and the Kik Messenger application.
The lawsuit alleges cruel treatment, including administration of psychotropic drugs against their will.
"It's incredible, as young as 6 years old, somebody would leave him," the first lady said.
An upstate New York newspaper has received backlash over its publishing of a cartoon showing a man with MS-13 gang tattoos and holding a baby as he crosses the U.S. border.
"These children need to be reunited with their parents and it needs to happen now," Avenatti said.
The Fox News contributor ridiculed "race-baiting" liberals for igniting a "war on border patrol agents" following her visit to the U.S.-Mexico border last week.
A senator who visited a Texas detention facility said immigrants there were unaware of the public uproar.
Congresswoman says Trump administration members should expect continued harassment at restaurants and in public if they keep defending his "zero tolerance" immigration policy.
The victims had headaches and vomiting, doctors said.
The United States has been at the center of international rage over its immigration practice that has resulted in families being separated at the border. But it appears that Canada is doing the same thing, just on a much smaller scale.
"The media is ignoring, deliberately, President Trump's success," Stuart Varney said, without evidence.
Audio from a 911 call played in court revealed harrowing details of alleged abuse, including children being chained to beds.
President Donald Trump flipped his argument on the separation of children from their families at the border and signed an executive order Wednesday reversing his own administration's policy.
A huge amount of data have shown that traumatic events like this pose clear risks to the mental and physical health of children.
Cohen acknowledged his legal situation in his resignation letter as the reason he could no longer serve his position in the RNC.
American and United airlines said they want nothing to do with the federal government's "zero tolerance" policy.
"If Chuck Schumer is not willing to fix it legislatively, how long is he willing to stand by that policy if Donald Trump digs in his heels and does not change anything?" Steve Doocy asked.
"We have received reports and are very concerned that the children arriving here are much younger than those who have been transported here in the past," said Michigan's Department of Civil Rights.
Trump once called her a "very low IQ individual."