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U.S. Customs and Border Protection data obtained by The Post shows authorities took more than 1.7 million migrants into custody near the U.S.-Mexico border during the 2021 fiscal year. That leaves the Biden administration in an awkward position as it increasingly relies on Mexico to tighten enforcement.
President Biden told Democrats he believed they could secure a deal on a new tax-and-spending proposal between $1.75 trillion and $1.9 trillion, far less than some in the party initially sought.
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The Islamic State-Khorasan has staged numerous attacks nationwide since the Taliban’s takeover of the country two months ago, raising questions about whether the Taliban can take down ISIS-K cells in Kabul and other urban areas.
Jonathan Toebbe and his wife Diana could face life in prison on charges that they tried to sell secrets about the Navy's most advanced nuclear submarines. Who were the Annapolis couple before their arrest?
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Tuscon Police Chief Chris Magnus said during his Senate confirmation hearing that wall construction in some areas along the southern U.S. border "could make sense," but he resisted Republicans’ effort to label the current migration surge a "crisis."
Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) walks back to his office after a vote on Capitol Hill on Oct. 6. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
What comes next for pro-Trump Republicans who want to forget what happened last winter while remaining loyal to a leader who won’t let it go?
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The transit agency pulled more than half its rail fleet, slashing service as more riders were slowly returning.
Dire cuts to essential services were predicted, but lawmakers pushing the mandate said that other large employers already have required vaccines without issue.
Upcounty Hub staff members, from left, Justin Garcia, Kristina Smith and founder Grace Rivera-Oven get bags together for free food distribution in Gaithersburg, Md. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
Local governments are strategizing ways to keep up food distribution and expand food access long term as federal aid programs wind down.
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