• Shutdown 'Could Happen' But 'It's Up To The Democrats'
Shutdown 'Could Happen' But 'It's Up To The Democrats'

Several states are at risk of running out of CHIP money soon, and it's looking as though a multiyear extension of the program may be added to the stopgap funding bill. "We're not gonna leave you behind", Lindsey said. Those Democrats have dug in since Trump said at a private Oval Office meeting that he wants immigrants from places like overwhelmi...

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  • Exercise? I get more than people think, Trump says
Exercise? I get more than people think, Trump says

Speedboat an apology". White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Jackson will attend her briefing Tuesday to provide a more complete readout on Trump's physical health . His vision is sharp, his neurological tests were normal and gastroenterological tests turned up no problems, he said. "And I think he wasn't the least bit concer...

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  • Romania looks for third PM in seven months
Romania looks for third PM in seven months

The turbulent politics in the country have strongly affected the relationship between the (latest) premiers and the ruling party's leadership, bringing the situation to the present day, with Dancila being the third PM (of the same party) of Romania, within a year.

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  • Pressure rises on British govt over giant firm's collapse
Pressure rises on British govt over giant firm's collapse

The project is contracted through PP and SaskBuilds said the consortium has committed to keeping the government informed as it works through "Carillion's situation". Outsourcing and construction giant Carillion - which employs 20,000 British people - issued its third profits warning a year ago. We believe that government and industry must work to...

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  • What to Expect as Winter Storm Inga Continues Snowy Path Across US
What to Expect as Winter Storm Inga Continues Snowy Path Across US

The National Weather Service issued a wind chill advisory on Monday as cold air and wind dropped the temperature. "You can't see the black ice; it's invisible", said Younger, who had been driving roads since 5 a.m. Schools were closed or delayed across the state, as were local government operations. Teachers and students camped out in schools...

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  • Man at center of voter fraud claims registered to vote in Alabama
Man at center of voter fraud claims registered to vote in Alabama

Moore's campaign discussed voter fraud allegations , but failed to respond when WAAY-31 reached out to them for further comments. He indirectly backed Moore in late November with tweets vilifying Jones as a " Schumer/Pelosi puppet " who " would be BAD! ".

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  • Amsterdam's Schiphol scraps all flights due to storm
Amsterdam's Schiphol scraps all flights due to storm

The German railway operator Deutsche Bahn said it had suspended almost all long-distance rail service due to the storm and significant disruptions were expected again on Friday. An uprooted tree lays on the rails in Muenster, northwestern Germany. Amsterdam's busy Schiphol airport was Wednesday battening down for a severe storm , with doze...

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  • Patriots WR Mitchell will stay on injured reserve
Patriots WR Mitchell will stay on injured reserve

Mitchell had been seen at practice leading up to the final game of the regular season, but has been sporadically practicing during the playoffs. Johnson Bademosi , a six-year National Football League veteran who was inactive in Saturday's game, projects to fill part of the void left by Jones' absence.

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  • With a shutdown days away, Congress looks to regroup
With a shutdown days away, Congress looks to regroup

But even a short-term deal could be hard to pass, and everyone seems to be playing the blame game. Durbin and Graham crafted the bill with two other Republicans , Sens. Durbin voted against the bill in December and said he would again without Dreamer protections. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who is involved in the immigration negotia...

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  • DHS Secretary Says She Doesn't Remember Trump Saying THAT Curse Word
DHS Secretary Says She Doesn't Remember Trump Saying THAT Curse Word

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders maintained Trump is in charge of the talks. That is what led to a very tense meeting and Trump was very combative, doing the opposite of what he had said to Durbin on the phone just a couple hours earlier.

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  • FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Snow day today
FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Snow day today

In central and eastern North Carolina, accumulations of one to two inches are possible across northern portions of the Piedmont and Coastal Plain, with a trace to one inch in areas south and east of the Triangle. Metro Atlanta's commuter rail system was operating on a limited schedule as the city continued to recover from the snow and ice storm tha...

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  • Deadly storm causes Dutch and German transport chaos
Deadly storm causes Dutch and German transport chaos

Amsterdam's Schiphol briefly halted flights for an hour in the morning. A driver was killed when a tree collapsed onto her vehicle south of Brussels, and scattered injuries were reported across the country as the storm picked up in intensity during the day.

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  • Kelly: WH Did Not Tell Bannon to Invoke Executive Privilege
Kelly: WH Did Not Tell Bannon to Invoke Executive Privilege

Former Trump campaign strategist and White House adviser Steve Bannon , summoned by subpoena to testify for special counsel Robert Mueller , has reportedly said he will " cooperate fully ". When Mr Bannon left the White House in August, the White House said that it was a planned departure, and that he had done so of his own volition. It w...

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  • NIA charges Hafeez, Salahuddin, Hurriyat leaders with sedition
NIA charges Hafeez, Salahuddin, Hurriyat leaders with sedition

The press conference was called soon after the NIA filed a chargesheet in a Delhi court against several Kashmiris including pro-freedom leaders already under detention in Tihar Jail. It said that conspiracy was hatched with active support, connivance and funding from terrorist organisations based in Pakistan and its agencies to achieve their object...

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  • Steve Bannon testifies for Russian Federation probe: Five questions House Intel may ask
Steve Bannon testifies for Russian Federation probe: Five questions House Intel may ask

News of the subpeona came as Mr Bannon, who served as the Trump campaign director before his seven-month stint as chief strategist, testified before the House Intelligence Committee , which is also probing the campaign's ties to Russian Federation.

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  • 90% of private clients want Carillion to continue working
90% of private clients want Carillion to continue working

We've heard criticism from across political circles as to why a company that had issued three profit warnings in the space of a year was still being given large government contracts. Somerset County Council was in dispute with Carillion over delays to its Northern Inner Distributor Road and leader David Fothergill said news of its collapse "would s...

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  • Majority Support 'Significant' Restrictions on Abortion
Majority Support 'Significant' Restrictions on Abortion

The poll surveyed 2,617 adults 18 and older who live in the continental USA during December and January, and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points. Asked how President Donald Trump has done with the pro-life movement, Walther answered, "When you look at the polling ... some of the actions he's taken track very very well with ...

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  • Human Trafficking Awareness Month Sheds Light on Growing Problem in Texas
Human Trafficking Awareness Month Sheds Light on Growing Problem in Texas

A five-day effort to fight human trafficking next week will bring together Michigan State Police officers, law enforcement from Ohio, Illinois and IN and the organization Truckers Against Trafficking. Attorney General Marshall is also a member of the Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force that was established to fight all forms of human trafficking a...

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  • Lax home schooling rules blamed for Turpin house of horrors
Lax home schooling rules blamed for Turpin house of horrors

When Police Officers from the Perris Police Department and Deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department met with the juvenile, she appeared to be only 10 years old and slightly emaciated . A neighbour who answered the phone on Monday but declined to be identified described the neighbourhood as recently built and said he did not know...

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  • Trump slams Democrats for using immigration to jeopardize the military
Trump slams Democrats for using immigration to jeopardize the military

Donald Trump's messaging about his stance on immigration reform has been a jumbled mess. Sen. Lindsey Graham speaks on Capitol Hill. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Tuesday that numerous people used profanities in an impassioned Oval Office meeting on immigration last week but she didn't recall President Donald Trump...

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  • Trump says United States immigration system weakens national security
Trump says United States immigration system weakens national security

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , R-Ky., seemed deeply frustrated with the lack of clarity from the White House on what bill, if any, President Trump would sign to protect a portion of the so-called "DREAMers" from deportation. "Funding for modernizing the Army has been cut in half in just the past eight years". Trump won the chicken gam...

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  • GOP bill to avert shutdown saves children's health funds, guts Obamacare revenue
GOP bill to avert shutdown saves children's health funds, guts Obamacare revenue

As hopes for an immigration agreement with the White House ebbed, Republicans moved forward on another short-term spending bill , which they want to pass and send to President Donald Trump's desk tomorrow. Some said they are still holding out hope that a deal negotiated by a bipartisan group of senators, including Illinois Democratic Sen. Like...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation agents visited Bannon's house
Federal Bureau of Investigation agents visited Bannon's house

After initially avoiding questions from lawmakers in the House Intelligence Committee on the ongoing Russian Federation probe, Steve Bannon has struck a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller . Some legal experts said the subpoena could be a sign that the investigation was intensifying, while others said it might simply have been a negotiati...

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  • Pope Francis just performed a 'historic' wedding aboard the papal plane
Pope Francis just performed a 'historic' wedding aboard the papal plane

When the pope asked them if they were married, the couple revealed the story of how the deadly quake had forced them to cancel their wedding. He will visit the Amazon jungle city of Puerto Maldonado and the northern city of Trujillo as well as the capital, Lima.

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  • Democrats flip traditionally conservative Wisconsin district
Democrats flip traditionally conservative Wisconsin district

At the heart of it: the fate of almost 800,000 undocumented immigrants. "Democrats ought to take a lesson from us", said GOP Rep. Tom Cole. Here's the reality: If you don't give House Speaker Paul Ryan , a Wisconsin Republican , this short-term spending bill, he's going to have to negotiate with Democrats (or the Senate has to go first on t...

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