Pelosi tells Trump she’ll block his State of the Union address from Congress

Will he or won’t he? That's the question being asked about President Trump's State of the Union address.

Pelosi tells Trump she’ll block his State of the Union address from Congress

Will he or won’t he? That's the question being asked about President Trump's State of the Union address.

DACA recipients see little reason to hope in latest proposal

Immigrants brought to U.S. as children see little reason to be hopeful about latest proposal to extend DACA protections

DACA recipients see little reason to hope in latest proposal

Immigrants brought to U.S. as children see little reason to be hopeful about latest proposal to extend DACA protections

AP-NORC poll: Shutdown drags Trump approval to yearlong low

AP-NORC Poll: Shutdown drags Trump approval to lowest mark in year as Americans reject rationale for wall

AP-NORC poll: Shutdown drags Trump approval to yearlong low

AP-NORC Poll: Shutdown drags Trump approval to lowest mark in year as Americans reject rationale for wall
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Iowa Sen. Ernst denies allegation of affair with soldier

Sen. Joni Ernst is denying allegations leveled by her ex-husband that she had an affair with a subordinate while she served in the military

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With no end to the impasse in sight, organizations and businesses are offering aid to the 45,000 federal workers in the Philadelphia area.

Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen delaying testimony to Congress

President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer is postponing his public testimony to Congress

Paul Vallas for mayor? Mayor of Chicago, that is

Former Philadelphia schools CEO Paul Vallas is a front-runner in the race for Chicago mayor, a magazine poll released this week found.

Grants slashed after Mayor’s Fund hit with loan payments tied to corruption scandal

In December, the fund awarded program grants totaling $200,000 to 18 organizations and two city departments, down from the usual $300,000 available.

City officials to enforce required reporting of missing or stolen guns

City officials announced Wednesday the resurrection and enforcement of a decade-old initiative to assure that lost or stolen guns are reporting missing.

Hundreds of IRS workers skip work, citing hardship

Union officials say financial hardship and a coordinated protest could lead to a surge of IRS employees missing work as the government shutdown continues.

Pete Buttigieg joins the Democratic race for the 2020 presidential nomination

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Giuliani’s media blitz draws ire of Trump and some allies

Rudy Giuliani's latest scattershot media blitz agitated President Donald Trump and some of his allies.

Senate sets up showdown votes on shutdown plans

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Government shutdown posing ‘risks to national security,’ FBI agents say in 72-page report

The FBI Agents Association said it released the report, “to ensure that Congress, the Administration, and the public are aware of the real and daily challenges faced by FBI Agents and the risks to national security posed by a prolonged shutdown."

Trump says he told Sanders ‘not to bother’ with briefing

In a tweet on Tuesday, the president said the press covers Sanders "so rudely & inaccurately, in particular certain members of the press. I told her not to bother, the word gets out anyway!" he tweeted. "Most will never cover us fairly & hence, the term, Fake News!"

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Trump gets new ammo in his ongoing war with media | John Baer

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