In the Senate, a short-term spending bill failed to advance amid opposition from Democrats and some Republicans.
Leaders of both parties said they would continue to talk, raising the possibility of a solution over the weekend.
The Republicans’ strategy of targeting illegal immigration marks the latest chapter in the party’s decades-long realignment years after President George W. Bush’s outreach to Latinos.
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Trump administration officials painted radically different scenarios of whether basic governmental functions would continue or halt if an accord was not reached.
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The governor foresees a more self-reliant state. But losing Medicaid, one woman says, is “not the way to get out of poverty.”
A neighbor of the Kentucky senator has agreed to plead guilty in a November attack that left the libertarian politician with six broken ribs and briefly sidelined him during debate over the tax overhaul, according to the court documents.
The interview with the magazine In Touch was published this week amid reports of a confidentiality settlement.
The trust rankings will emerge from surveys the company is conducting and are an effort to combat fake news and misinformation that spread across the social network before and after the 2016 election. The changes will also stress local news sources.
David Allen Turpin and Louise Anna Turpin have been charged with multiple felony counts of torture, child abuse, abuse of dependent adults and false imprisonment.
The patient brought a cardboard toilet paper tube — with a tapeworm wrapped around it — to a California emergency room.
The musician had traces of multiple opioids in his system, according to the coroner's report. He had suffered from emphysema, knee problems and a fractured hip, relatives said.
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