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Democrats plead for bipartisan budget
January 19, 2018

Democrats plead for bipartisan budget

Democratic senators gathered on Capitol Hill to express frustration with the budget negotiations. They say that there is bipartisan legislation that the republicans are thwarting. (Jan. 19)
US gov't shuts down. Dems, GOP blame each other
January 20, 2018

US gov't shuts down. Dems, GOP blame each other

The U.S. government shut down at midnight after Congress failed to resolve a partisan standoff over immigration and spending. In a late-night vote, Senate Democrats blocked a bill that would have kept the government running for four weeks. (Jan. 20)
Mulvaney: 'Good chance' of a solution by Monday
January 19, 2018

Mulvaney: 'Good chance' of a solution by Monday

White House budget director Mick Mulvaney wasn't optimistic Friday evening about the chances of Democrats and Republicans reaching a deal on a spending bill before midnight. Still, he said there's a "good chance" they find a solution by Monday. (Jan. 19)
Mattis: Shutdown would harm military operations
January 19, 2018

Mattis: Shutdown would harm military operations

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis warned Friday that a government shutdown would negatively impact the operations of the US military. Still, he said he's 'optimistic' Congress will reach a deal by the midnight deadline. (Jan. 19)
WH: Democrats to blame for looming shutdown
January 19, 2018

WH: Democrats to blame for looming shutdown

White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Friday the Office of Management and Budget is "preparing" for a government shutdown if Democrats "insist" on forcing one. (Jan. 19)
Thawing ice spells trouble after US deep freeze
January 19, 2018

Thawing ice spells trouble after US deep freeze

Warmer weather is causing new problems in the US. Ice fell off tall buildings in Houston. Thawing pipes are leaking in Louisiana, leading to water conservation and boil advisories. Maine residents worry that frozen rivers may thaw and flood. (Jan. 19)
Olympian Jordyn Wieber describes Nassar abuse
January 19, 2018

Olympian Jordyn Wieber describes Nassar abuse

Another Olympic gold medalist, Jordyn Wieber, has come forward to say that she too was sexually assaulted by former sports doctor Larry Nassar. "I was not protected and neither were my teammates," she said. (Jan. 19)
Police, firefighters honor slain deputy marshal
January 19, 2018

Police, firefighters honor slain deputy marshal

Police and firefighters converged on central Pennsylvania to honor Deputy US Marshal Christopher Hill. A gunman fatally shot Hill and wounded a second officer on Thursday as they served an arrest warrant in Harrisburg. The gunman was killed. (Jan. 19)
Gas tanker explodes on Utah freeway; no injuries
January 19, 2018

Gas tanker explodes on Utah freeway; no injuries

A double tanker hauling gasoline and diesel fuel exploded on Interstate 15 in Salt Lake City, temporarily stopping traffic in both directions on Thursday. Officials say no one was hurt. The driver told police he believes his brakes caught fire. (Jan. 19)
House avoids government shutdown
January 18, 2018

House avoids government shutdown

A divided House voted Thursday to prevent a government shutdown after an eleventh-hour deal brought conservatives aboard. (Jan. 18)
Couple pleads not guilty to torture of children
January 18, 2018

Couple pleads not guilty to torture of children

The parents of 13 children and young adults have plead not guilty in a California court to numerous charges that they tortured and abused the siblings for years. (Jan. 18)
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)