Philadelphia's Morning Glory Diner:  With the support of the owner, the majority of the staff, which is Latino, planned to skip work on February 16 as part of a "Day Without Immigrants" campaign aimed at showing their economic power and protesting Donald Trump's immigration policies.

Philadelphia's Morning Glory Diner: With the support of the owner, the majority of the staff, which is Latino, planned to skip work on February 16 as part of a "Day Without Immigrants" campaign aimed at showing their economic power and protesting Donald Trump's immigration policies.

A week of mixed messages over General Michael Flynn who – despite losing his job – was described by the president as a “wonderful man.” Also the stock market hits a new high and Disney decides to drop YouTube’s biggest star. A panel of journalists joins Joshua Johnson for analysis of the week’s top national news stories.

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  • Byron York chief political correspondent, The Washington Examiner.
  • Ruth Marcus deputy editorial page editor and columnist, The Washington Post.
  • Reid Wilson national correspondent, The Hill.

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