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Government decommissioning is now furthest in US history: NPR

Union members and other federal employees protest in front of the White House on Thursday. Many are out of work, as the partial termination of government has taken longer than anyone in history. Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP hide caption change caption Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP Union members and other federal employees protest in front of the White House …

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Man shot and killed by police outside Cascade Middle School; no kids hurt

Students, faculty and police are safe after a shooting outside Cascade Middle School in West Eugene. A suspect has been shot and killed, Eugene Police said. (SBG) PARENTS | Students to be released at 3 pm EUGENE, Ore. – Students, faculty and police are safe after a fatal shooting outside of the Cascade Middle School in the Bethel School District …

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Monster blizzard to carpet more than half of the US | American news

A massive winter storm hit the US Rockies and plains on Friday then paused east, with snow set to attack a 1,800 mile (1,609 km) corridor through the weekend, creating transportation "chaos" in the middle of the country. The system started as rain from Mexico and became snow when it met ice-cold air. Up to 18 cm (45 cm) of …

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Sandy Hook's parents win legal victory over Alex Jones

Controversial radio and internet personality Alex Jones was ordered on Friday to hand over emails and other documents related to his claim that no one died in Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. The decision of the Connecticut State Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis is part of an indictment case against Jones filed by the families of seven of the …

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T.S.A. Agents refuse to work during decommissioning, which increases fear of the airport's turmoil

[Whatyouneedforthestartday: Get New York today in your inbox .] The partial decommissioning of the federal government is beginning to affect air travel as an increasing number of security agents refuse to work without pay. So far, the impact on air travel has been relatively limited without significant disturbances. But the airport's workers and travelers are worried that the conditions will …

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Two teen girls found dead in luxury home

A woman and two girls were found dead this week inside a luxury home in a rustic Texas gated community, according to a new report. discovered around 9 am Thursday, the home of Anaqua Springs Ranch, a development near Boerne, the San Antonio Express-News reported. Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar confirmed to the outlet that the three were related, but …

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The US House passes the bill to reopen some agencies shut down in the wall fight

WASHINGTON, JANUARY 11 (Reuters) – The Democratically Controlled US House of Representatives voted on Friday to restore the funding of federal agencies closed by a fight with President Donald Trump on cross-border funding, which some 800,000 Government workers, from tax collectors to FBI agents, missed their first payslip. However, a complete resumption of government operations did not appear in sight …

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House votes to reopen Interior Department, EPA and other federal agencies

The vote was 240-179, with 10 Republicans siding with Democrats. The measure is part of a series of spending bills that House Democrats have advanced this week in an effort to put pressure on congressional Republicans and the White House continues as the shutdown. On Friday, the shutdown reached a new milestone by stretching into its 21st day and matching …

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