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BREAKING NEWS
Time since shutdown began
Democrats and independents emerging from a closed-door meeting said they would vote to end a filibuster, clearing the way for passage of the legislation that would keep the government open through Feb. 8.
House members were told to await a possible vote this afternoon, raising the possibility that the shutdown would end after just three days.
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Among them: Even if lawmakers could agree to a spending deal, would President Trump support it?
The Daily 202
Analysis
The failed efforts by moderate lawmakers to end the spending impasse underscore how poisoned the well has become.
Miller at the White House. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Miller at the White House. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
The adviser to President Trump holds an influential yet delicate role — a true believer in restrictionist immigration policies who is trying to broker a deal on behalf of a president with more flexible positions. But his approach has its critics as a standoff over border issues has helped fuel the government shutdown.
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The world’s rich fear that this current gilded age could be cut short by populism fed by middle-class anger.
Palestinian factions have called for a strike and demonstrations on Tuesday, and a few dozen demonstrators gathered in Bethlehem on Monday night.
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll is a sign that two groups that have recoiled from Donald Trump’s presidency will play a decisive role in November.
The White House has barely stopped reeling from author Michael Wolff’s account of life in President Trump’s West Wing. Now another life-in-the-White-House book is about to drop, this one by Fox News host Howard Kurtz.
The pope's remarks in Chile had caused widespread backlash among abuse survivors and even prompted criticism from Cardinal Sean O’Malley in Boston.
The Switch
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The media tycoon turned wellness entrepreneur wants to make it cool to occasionally detox — by using a new app called Thrive.
After decades of waiting for the right technology, scientists are finally checking off the last item on a wish list of space projects from 1958.
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A night of female empowerment and firsts at the 2018 SAG Awards
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No, 'nearly 3 in 4' convicted of terrorism aren't foreign-born
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Watch Graham shuttle on the Senate floor as a shutdown loomed
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