A California judge is issuing a timetable for the federal government to reunite migrant children and parents separated at the U.S. - Mexico border. That'll have a major impact in New York where more than 700 of the 2,500 separated children are being held. The order ends the family separation policy and sets up a timetable for family reunions. Older children have to be returned to their parents within 30 days but kids under five have to be returned within 14 days. The ruling, however, doesn't set up a mechanism for doing that.