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Ryan: Gov. shutdown is up to Democrats
January 18, 2018

Ryan: Gov. shutdown is up to Democrats

Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday that he's confident that the GOP-controlled House will pass a stopgap government-wide funding bill, even as growing opposition from Senate Democrats made prospects in that chamber increasingly dicey. (Jan. 18)
Trump arrives at Pentagon amid budget battles
January 18, 2018

Trump arrives at Pentagon amid budget battles

United States President Donald Trump travels to the Pentagon for talks with military leaders as Congress is embroiled in a budget battle. (Jan. 18)
New high-speed train 4th fatal collision
January 18, 2018

New high-speed train 4th fatal collision

Boynton Beach, Florida police say a new high-speed train struck and killed a bicyclist on Wednesday. The train hit and killed a woman last week during a preview run. Two people were struck and died last year. It began service on Saturday. (Jan. 18)
US Marshal dead, two officers hurt in shooting
January 18, 2018

US Marshal dead, two officers hurt in shooting

A member of the U.S. Marshals Service was shot and killed early Thursday in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania while serving a warrant. Two other officers were also shot, including a police officer. Officials say there is no danger to the public. (Jan. 18)
Cranes lift passenger jet From Turkish hillside
January 18, 2018

Cranes lift passenger jet From Turkish hillside

Turkish authorities are using a large crane to lift a passenger plane that skidded off a runway in northern Turkey and stopped on the side of a slope just meters away from the Black Sea. (Jan. 18)
Deep snow, power outages in North Carolina
January 18, 2018

Deep snow, power outages in North Carolina

North Carolina is dealing with up to 10 inches of snow and thousands of power outages after Wednesday's storm. Montgomery, Alabama firefighters contended with the frigid weather as they battled a fast food restaurant blaze early Wednesday. (Jan. 18)
Frigid air brings snow and ice to the South
January 17, 2018

Frigid air brings snow and ice to the South

The frigid air that brought snow and ice to the South has ushered in record-breaking low temperatures for New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as other cities in the South. (Jan. 17)
Senators urge bipartisan immigration agreement
January 17, 2018

Senators urge bipartisan immigration agreement

A small group of senators spoke on the floor Wednesday, urging their peers to pass what they say is a bipartisan DACA solution before the looming March 5th deadline. (Jan. 17)
Social media execs testify on terror recruitment
January 17, 2018

Social media execs testify on terror recruitment

With terrorist recruitment and Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential race in the spotlight, Senate lawmakers grilled executives with Facebook, YouTube and Twitter on their companies efforts to keep America safe. (Jan. 17)
Ryan pressures Democrats on spending bill
January 17, 2018

Ryan pressures Democrats on spending bill

House Speaker Paul Ryan is pressuring Democrats to back a bill preventing a weekend government shutdown and says "cool heads hopefully will prevail." (Jan. 17)
Frigid cold following snow to southern states
January 17, 2018

Frigid cold following snow to southern states

The South awoke on Wednesday to a two-part Arctic mess. First came a thin blanket of snow and ice, and then came the below-zero wind chills. Dangerous, icy roads are reported from Texas and Louisana east to Georgia and North Carolina. (Jan. 17)
Sec. Nielsen defends President's statements on immigration
January 17, 2018

Sec. Nielsen defends President's statements on immigration

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen defended President Trump's immigration stance yesterday with regards to moving the U.S. towards a merit based system when deciding who should be allowed to immigrate here.
Suspected meteor lights up southern Michigan sky
January 17, 2018

Suspected meteor lights up southern Michigan sky

The National Weather Service says the bright light and thunder-like sound in the sky across southern Michigan may have been a meteor. The weather service says dozens of people called on Tuesday night, and some had felt their homes shake. (Jan. 17)
Scientists closing in on universal flu vaccine
January 17, 2018

Scientists closing in on universal flu vaccine

Scientists hope they're finally closing in on stronger flu shots to boost much-needed protection against ordinary winter influenza and guard against future pandemics at the same time (Jan. 17)
Animation: Why the flu virus changes and mutates
January 17, 2018

Animation: Why the flu virus changes and mutates

Flu viruses are quick-change artists. They constantly mutate, and those frequent changes make it hard for our bodies to recognize and fend off the virus. The animation explains why we need a new flu vaccine every year. (Jan. 17)