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Noah Bierman

Noah Bierman covers the White House in Washington, D.C. Before joining the newspaper in 2015, he worked for the Boston Globe in both Boston and Washington, covering Congress, politics and transportation in the immediate aftermath of the Big Dig. He has also reported on higher education, crime, politics and local government for the Miami Herald, the Palm Beach Post and the Duluth (Minn.) News-Tribune. Bierman is a native of Miami who attended Duke University.
Reuniting families who were separated at the border could take months, federal officials warn

The Trump administration was still scrambling to figure out how to reunify migrant families and whether to change border enforcement on Friday as one Democrat senator called for the Homeland Security secretary to either come up with a plan or resign.

Despite Trump's promise to end family separations, officials have yet to issue a plan to reunite children with parents

A day after President Trump claimed he had acted to keep migrant families together, the fate of more than 2,300 children held in custody separate from their parents remained uncertain Thursday, ensuring the political and humanitarian crisis created by the White House would continue to mount.

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