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US government shuts down as Congress fails to pass spending bill


SHUTDOWN: McConnell opposes Trump on ending filibusters


UPDATE: Democrats, GOP hold out hope for ending government shutdown


Shutdown divides services into essential and non-essential


SHUTDOWN: Congress seems no closer to reopening government


WOMEN'S MARCHES: New Jersey first lady a sexual assault victim


UPDATE: Martin Luther King Jr. sites closed by shutdown


US flu season gets worse, has 'lot more steam' than expected


Supreme Court to rule on Trump travel ban


President Trump asks for Supreme Court review of immigration policy


Justice Sotomayor 'fine' after treatment for low blood sugar


Hawaii lawmakers to hold hearing on mistaken missile alert


UPDATE: Chuck Schumer saw 'some progress' in Trump meeting


Court hears arguments in sanctuary-cities case


UPDATE: Vegas toll of injured in shooting rises to 851


UPDATE: President Trump says he's committed to protecting life


UPDATE: Olympian says Nassar taken down by 'army' of survivors


Lawyers spar over evidence against Orlando shooter's wife


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'Three Billboards' biggest winner at SAG Awards

The Screen Actors Guild Awards are considered indicators of likely success at the Oscars, the nominations for which will be announced this week.

IEDs detonate at Florida mall; no one injured

The crudely made devices that ignited at a mall in Lake Wells didn't contain any metal or shrapnel that could be used projectiles, police said.

Can Michigan State president survive gymnastics scandal?

As gymnasts detail their assaults by Dr. Larry Nassar, a drumbeat to hold Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon accountable has grown louder.

Demonstrators rally worldwide for second day of Women's Marches

Demonstrators and activists gathered in cities worldwide on Sunday for a second day of Women's Marches.

Four months later, military vets still on a mission in Puerto Rico

Months after Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico, military veterans are still working to help those in need on the island.

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