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Trump aides: No DACA talks until government re-opens

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"The Democrats in the Senate could end this shutdown today," Trump budget director Mick Mulvaney said.

Report: Vegas shooter bought 55 guns in 1 year

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Most of the firearms were rifles of various calibers. He also purchased more than 100 firearm related items through a variety of retailers.

Trump trolls marchers by casting rallies as celebration of strong economy

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Anti-Trump signs, posters underscore the mood of nationwide demonstrations.

Meet Preston, the dog comforting Larry Nassar's victims

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Preston weighs nearly 70 pounds and his size alone helps children feel protected.

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Rep. Patrick Meehan to be investigated after claims he used taxpayer money for settlement

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Paul Ryan is ordering an investigation after the New York Times reports that U.S. Rep. Patrick Meehan used taxpayer money to settle a complaint.

Women's March 2018: Resist, Vote, Take Action


People participated in women's marches nationally with a message of taking action. Last year the marchers voiced their discontent. This year, they are pledging to vote, run for office, and elect new politicians in the 2018 midterms. (Jan.…


New Jersey’s first lady: ‘I was sexually assaulted’

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Speaking at the Women's March on New Jersey in Morristown, New Jersey first lady Tammy Murphy revealed that she had been sexually assaulted in college.


'Grab Him by the Mid-terms': Women's marches push power of the vote

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The gathering comes on the anniversary of the inauguration of President Trump, whose election in many ways gave the movement its first impetus.


Congestion pricing: Drivers could face $11.52 toll to enter Manhattan

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The plan would make New York the first city in the nation to have a congestion-pricing plan.


Trump's had some very different views on government shutdowns over the years

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Look back to 2013 — when Obama was sitting where Trump is now — and Trump seemed to have very different ideas about a government shutdown.


Government shutdown 2018: What we know now, what happens next

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Government agencies are now in the process of shutting down.


The federal government has shut down. What's open, what's closed, what's different.

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It could be days before Americans feel the full impact of the Government Shutdown of 2018.


Polls suggest Trump and GOP could bear the shutdown blame

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While both parties point fingers at each other, polls suggest congressional Republicans and Trump would be hurt the most.


5 things you need to know this weekend

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The biggest news to start your weekend


Third person in eight days hit by Brightline train; this time it's not fatal

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The nonfatal incident occurred after a pedestrian tried to beat an oncoming train in Fort Lauderdale.


Government enters partial shutdown mode after Congress fails to agree on spending bill

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The federal government ceased all non-essential functions Saturday morning as President Trump failed to reach a deal to keep the government open.


It may soon cost you to drive around Manhattan


"Congestion Pricing" may soon affect drivers in certain parts of New York City.Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing the measure to ease traffic congestion and raise funds for mass transit.

Saturday, Jan 20

Hundreds of journals found in home with 13 captive children

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One expert thinks that these diaries-turned-evidence could have been what kept the siblings sane.

Friday, Jan 19

Off message: At the White House, it’s Trump vs. Trump.

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A timeline of some ways that Trump was his presidency’s own biggest distraction in his first 365 days in office

Cape Town could be the first major city in the world to run out of water

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Residents must limit their showers to one-and-a-half minutes.

Delta tightens leash on comfort animals on flights, with rules for lack of federal regulation

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Delta Air Lines developed its own rules restricting emotional-support animals to reduce disturbances on flights, for lack of federal regulations.

Porn star Stormy Daniels' alleged affair with Trump takes new twist with old interview

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Stormy Daniels has denied affair, but told different story to In Touch in 2011.

Thursday, Jan 18

Analysis: Why the latest allegations of a Trump affair are unlikely to hurt the tabloid president

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Thursday's headline in celebrity gossip magazine In Touch Weekly — "My Affair With Donald" — is neither surprising nor groundbreaking.

A record $107 million was raised for Trump’s inauguration. So where did it all go? No one will say.

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The leader of Trump's inaugural fundraising committee has not disclosed how much money remains in the bank accounts or where it has all gone.

Amazon's second headquarters: The pros and cons of the finalists

Top contenders needed to be able to help fill 50,000 white-collar tech jobs and boast an infrastructure to accommodate the job influx.

Trump presents 'fake news' awards for 10 stories — some of which really were false

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The flawed rollout of the "fake news" awards capped a much-hyped social media spectacle from the media critic-in-chief.

Wednesday, Jan 17

So you think you're cold? How does 88 below zero sound?


Oymyakon, Russia — already considered the world's coldest permanently inhabited town — sank to a mind-numbing 88 degrees below zero on Tuesday.

So what is this sexual harassment 'reckoning' everyone is talking about?

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The use of reckoning in the current sense dates to the 14th century, although the first use of the phrase day of reckoning is not found until 1547.

Ex-CIA officer arrested, may have compromised sources in China

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The agent allegedly illegally had classified info that included the identities of covert agency operatives and the locations of secret facilities.

GOP leaders push another short-term spending bill as shutdown looms

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House GOP leaders are crafting legislation that would keep the government funded through Feb. 16. But conservatives and liberals have objections to another short-term spending bill.

Tuesday, Jan 16

New California declares 'independence' from California in bid to become 51st state

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Group wants to take over most of the state and cut off coastal urban areas.

Social security benefits? Passport? What the government shutdown could mean

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Funding to keep the federal lights on will run out at midnight on Friday unless Congress passes a new spending bill and President Trump signs it into law.

Good genes? How can Trump eat a lot of fast food, exercise little and be healthy?

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Even if President Trump has had good health until his early 70s, that doesn't mean his lifestyle will lead to longevity.

Woman convicted in fatal buttocks-injection procedure dies in prison

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A woman convicted in the 2012 death of a Georgia woman who died after receiving silicone butt injections has died in prison, according to authorities.