Parents of 445 migrant children separated at border under Trump still have not been found, court filing says

(CNN) The parents of 445 migrant children separated from their families due to Trump administration policies at the US-Mexico border between 2017 and 2018 have still not been located, down from 506, according to a Wednesday court filing.
The filing from the Justice Department and the American Civil Liberties Union is part of an ongoing effort to identify and reunite families three years after the so-called "zero tolerance" policy was created.
Since February, the parents of 61 of those children whose whereabouts were previously unknown have been found, according to Wednesday's filing.
Under then-President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy, border officials separated at least 2,800 children from their parents, according to government data.
Officials later found at least 1,712 more children had been separated from their families before Trump's policy went into effect.
Days after President Joe Biden took office, he signed an executive order creating a task force of federal agencies to identify and reunite families who had been separated at the US-Mexico border under the Trump administration.
It's housed in the Department of Homeland Security.