Tensions are rising at the border.
The Obama Administration is trying to figure out what to do with hundreds of women and children from Central America who were blocked from entering a facility in California.
By Shelby Lin Erdman- CNN
(CNN) -- She's been called "the nightmare nanny" for refusing to leave the home of the family that hired -- then fired -- her, but now Diane Stretton is speaking out for the first time.
President Obama said Monday he'll use executive action to move forward on immigration reform without Congress.
The move comes in the midst of an escalating crisis on the U.S. border involving unaccompanied children.