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SHUTDOWN: Paul Ryan says Democrats should vote for short-term bill


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


Shutdown divides services into essential and non-essential


Diocese of Bismarck takes part in 'March for Life'


SHUTDOWN: Congress seems no closer to reopening government


US government shuts down as Congress fails to pass spending bill


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


Congress likely racing toward a government shutdown


Court hears arguments in sanctuary-cities case


UPDATE: Vegas toll of injured in shooting rises to 851


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


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


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Iranian movement finds solidarity with U.S. Women's March

Iranian journalist and activist, Masih Alinejad marched in solidarity with women in New York to elevate the plight of oppressed women in Iran.

Ex-sheriff David Clarke faces civil trial over Facebook posts

Former Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke's run-in with a man who shook his head at him while boarding a flight last year is headed to trial in federal court.

Cooler ocean, big snowfall doesn't mean global warming is slowing

Climate researchers at two U.S. government agencies found 2017 to be one of the hottest years, but with anomalies: increased snow and a cooler Pacific Ocean.

Gunmen assault luxury hotel in Afghan capital, 18 dead

At least fourteen foreigners and four Afghans were killed after gunmen attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said.

Spy oysters and kayak patrols: How France is fighting food thieves

Armed with drones and night-vision goggles, French farmers and law enforcement are fighting back against the thefts of expensive produce