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Bush gets pizza for the Secret Service, requires end of shutdown

"@ LauraWBush and I are grateful for our secretariat staff and the thousands of federal employees who work hard for our country without paycheck", he wrote in the post with a photo of himself bringing his detailed bags of pizza. "And we thank our citizens who support them," Bush added. "It's time for leaders on both sides to put the …

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Another winter storm on the way

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Central Indiana's next winter storm will move in overnight and bring heavy snow, gusty winds and the coldest air of the season. A winter storm warning has been issued for areas along and north of I-70 from 4 am Saturday until 4 am Sunday. WISHTV.COM: Full Storm Track 8 weather coverage | Hourly forecast | Latest weather …

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Melania Trump stays out of sight – but in flight – during shutdown

Between midnight on December 22, when the longest government closure in American history began and on January 18, the first lady had only four public events: call children from the White House on Christmas Eve; attend Christmas Eve religious services in the Washington National Cathedral; visiting officials at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq; and a quick troop visit to …

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Tarlov on women's March anti-Semitism controversy: I marched before, but "would not" this time

Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov said she proudly participated in the inaugural women's March 2017, but she will not be involved in this year's demonstration among the controversy of some of the group's leaders' ties to and statements on anti-Semitism. Both Linda Sarsour, a Palestinian activist who has embraced anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, and co-chairman Tamika Mallory …

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Stalled shutdown talks leaving Trump feeling cold

The president is again sequestered in a white house understaffed by a state shutdown and surrounded by weeks of old snow. Attempts to deepen Democrats to support more than $ 5 billion in borderline funding have turned into partisan nights with little portability on the issue. The friendliest envoy at the White House this week seemed to be an ex-North …

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HR 1: McConnell calls House Democrats anti-corruption bill a "power grip"

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell took a square goal on sweeping corruption and voting bill House Democrats presses as his first year. McConnell wrote a scathing mission in the Washington Post on Thursday which characterizes the bill as a democratic attempt to "grow the federal government's power over the Americans' political speech and election". "It should be called democratic political …

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Live updates: Emotional testimony from witness testifying to Jason Van Dyke brutalized him

Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke is scheduled to be sentenced Friday for the deadly shooter of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald who closes one of the most racist and socially important chapters in the recent Chicago story. The Highly Forbidden Judgment comes with extra excitement one day after Cook County Judge Domenica Stephenson acquitted three Chicago police for all allegations …

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Super Bowl trip: Government shutdown can cause a mess

The next month the Super Bowl in Atlanta will not ease any strain on the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and some officials are worried that the suspension and one of the year's biggest sporting events could combine for not only long routes but also knock-on flight delays around about in the country. On February 3, the Super Bowl and its peripheral …

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