Canada has reopened it border to Americans with negative COVID-19 test, ahead of opening up to other countries. But many feel shafted by the US' decision not to reciprocate, and US rules and restrictions have left some people confused.
President Obama has spoken a lot about the need for "comprehensive" immigration reform. That means taking on a lot: Some argue, too much to take on at once, especially when the parties agree on small pieces of the immigration debate.
Edward Alden, a U.S. trade policy expert and the Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellow at The Council on Foreign Relations, discusses NAFTA's past, present and future with The Takeaway.