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Homeland Security officials seeing decrease in legal attempts to cross US-Mexico border

The number of people who were apprehended trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally did not decrease significantly after the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy began this year - but the number who attempted to cross legally did, according to government figures released Wednesday.

An official with Homeland Security, which includes Customs and Border Protection, said the number of

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