Biden administration says more 'remain in Mexico' migrants can enter the US

The Biden administration is expanding the pool of migrants eligible to be processed into the United States that had been subject to a Trump-era policy forcing them to stay in Mexico, according to a source familiar with the plans.

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Interior Department will investigate Indigenous boarding schools and identify burial sites

The Department of Interior is launching an initiative to investigate the Native American boarding schools that forced assimilation in the 19th and 20th centuries.

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US government seizes dozens of US website domains connected to Iran

The United States government has seized dozens of US website domains connected to Iran, linked to what the US says are disinformation efforts, a US national security official told CNN.

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IRS adds tools to help parents claim expanded child tax credit payments

Parents can now check their eligibility for the expanded child tax credit and manage their payments, which begin next month, using two online tools the Internal Revenue Service debuted on Tuesday.

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Democrats plot next steps on new election rules with a focus on Georgia

Senate Democrats, stymied in their push to mandate a major revamp of election laws, are beginning to map out their next steps to draw attention to the issue and to put the focus on a critical battleground state: Georgia.

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