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A 15-year-old girl says Michigan State University is Nassar Victim: Michigan State Still Billing Her With Congress set to reopen the government and AP Shutdown Analysis: What Was Accomplished? Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine joined colleagues Senators Applaud Negotiations to End Shutdown Amazon opened its artificial intelligence-powered Amazon Go store Inside Amazon's Smart, Cashier-Less Store Joseph Percoco, a longtime aide to New York Cuomo Aide Bribery Trial Underway White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says White House: Government Could Reopen Tuesday White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, quoting WH Pleased Senate Dems 'Come To Their Senses' Vice President Mike Pence on Monday defended President Pence Defends Trump on Disparaging Comments The U.S. Senate passed a temporary spending bill Senate votes 81-18 to reopen government The Philippines' most active volcano ejected a huge Alert Level Raised as Mayon Volcano Explodes Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell urged Democrats to McConnell: 'Let's join together' to end shutdown Arab lawmakers in Israel's parliament were tossed out Scuffles as Arab Knesset Members Protest Pence Here's the latest for Monday, January 22nd: Sent AP Top Stories January 22 A Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens admits an extramarital affair Missouri Gov. Admits Affair, Denies Blackmail Police say two improvised explosive devices ignited inside Two Explosives Ignite Inside Florida Mall The New England Patriots are going back to Patriots Fans Celebrate Return to Super Bowl Crowds filled the streets of Philadelphia after the Philadelphia Parties as Eagles Go To Super Bowl U.S. alpine ski racer Mikaela Shiffrin worries regularly Shiffrin Works to Stay on Top for the Olympics These are the comeback Olympics for Lindsey Vonn Elevating Women's Skiing In Vonn's Olympic Plan Highlights of Today in History: U.S. Supreme Court Today in History for January 22nd Among those speaking at the event are Cecile Thousands Attend Women's Rally in Las Vegas Here are the top stories for Sunday, January AP Top Stories January 21 P Protesters gathered in Paris Sunday near the Eiffel Hundreds Gathered In Paris For Women's March Vice President Mike Pence spoke to U.S. troops Pence: Senate Playing Politics with Military Pay Highlights of Today in History: France's King Louis Today in History for January 21st Here's the latest for Saturday January 20th: Government AP Top Stories 20 P Visitors could still venture into Yellowstone National Park Visitors Enjoy National Park Despite Shutdown People participated in women's marches nationally with a Women's March 2018: Resist, Vote, Take Action Republicans and Democrats showed no signs of ending White House Says Democrats Having Temper Tantrum Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan says the partial Ryan Blames Democrats For "Reckless Shutdown" The U.S. government shut down at midnight after US Govt Shuts Down. Dems, GOP Blame Each Other Highlights of Today in History: Iran releases American Today in History for January 20th Democratic senators gathered on Capitol Hill to express Democrats Plead for Bipartisan Budget Disgraced former sports doctor Larry Nassar broke down Disgraced Ex-Doctor Sobs At Sentencing Hearing Here's the latest for Friday January 19th: President AP Top Stories January 19 P Anti-abortion activists and protesters carried posters and shouted Thousands March On Washington Against Abortion White House budget director Mick Mulvaney wasn't optimistic Mulvaney: 'Good Chance' of a Solution by Monday Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer said he and Schumer: Progress, No Deal After Trump Meeting Hundreds of protesters marched across the Brooklyn Bridge NYC Protesters Denounce Trump Over Haiti Defense Secretary Jim Mattis warned Friday that a Mattis: Shutdown Would Harm Military Operations President Donald Trump stepped to the forefront of Trump: "We Will Always Defend" the Right to Life Democratic House leaders expressed cautious optimism Friday that Pelosi: 'Optimistic' About Schumer-Trump Meeting Olympic Gold Medalist and sexual abuse survivor Aly Raisman Blasts USOC, USA Gymnastics Over Abuse The Pentagon says that countering China's rapidly expanding Mattis: Countering China, Russia Top Priorities Republican and Democratic Senators are blaming each side Senate Remains Divided as Gov't Shutdown Looms Two young DACA Recipients Urge Lawmakers for Support White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Friday WH: Democrats to Blame for for Looming Shutdown One year after the loosely defined 'Resistance' made Women's March Sets Its Sights On Ballot Box Another Olympic gold medalist, Jordyn Wieber, has come Olympian Jordyn Wieber Describes Nassar Abuse US health officials are pushing ahead with an Smoking - Beginning of the End? Here's the latest for Friday January 19th: Senate AP Top Stories January 19 A Warmer weather is causing new problems in the Thawing Ice Spells Trouble After US Deep Freeze Police and firefighters converged on central Pennsylvania to Police, Firefighters Honor Slain Deputy Marshal A double tanker hauling gasoline and diesel fuel Gas Tanker Explodes on Utah Freeway; No Injuries Highlights of Today in History: Robert E. Lee Today in History for January 19th It's a crummy way to run a government, What Happens When The Government Shuts Down? A divided House voted Thursday to prevent a House Avoids Government Shutdown A Michigan judge hears from more than a Dozen More Victims Confront Ex-Gymnastics Doctor The parents of 13 children and young adults Couple Pleads Not Guilty to Torture of Children A child psychiatrist tells AP that the 13 Shackled Kids Must Relearn Emotional Interaction Here's the latest for Thursday, January 18th: Olympic AP Top Stories 18 P As the deadline for a budget deal looms, GOP Senators: Dems to Blame for a Govt. Shutdown President Donald Trump touted his accomplishments in his Trump Touts 1st Year Accomplishments in Pa. President Donald Trump contradicted his chief of staff Trump, Kelly Disagree on Border Wall with Mexico Prosecutors say 13 malnourished children found in captivity California Captive Plotted Escape For 2 Years President Trump said Thursday he has been Trump: 'I Have Been Very Consistent' on the Wall Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks Today in History for January 18th Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday that he's confident Ryan: Gov. Shutdown is up to Democrats Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Fauci: NIH In "Scramble" For Any Gov't Shutdown WARNING GRAPHIC LANGUAGE: Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney Olympian: 'Red Flags' Ignored in Nassar Abuse Turkish authorities are using a large crane to Cranes lift passenger jet from Turkish hillside United States President Donald Trump travels to the Trump Arrives at Pentagon Amid Budget Battles Boynton Beach, Florida police say a new high-speed New High-Speed Train 4th Fatal Collision North Carolina is dealing with up to 10 Raw: Deep Snow, Power Outages in North Carolina Here's the latest for Thursday, January 18th: Congress AP Top Stories January 18 A With a sharp departure from years of American One Year In, Trump Reinvents US Foreign Policy In one of many surreal details that emerged Parent's of Shackled Children in Elvis Chapel A small group of senators spoke on the Senators Urge Bipartisan Immigration Agreement For a second day, gymnasts and other victims Ex-Doctor's Victims Ask Court For Max Sentence Here's the latest for Wednesday, January 17th: WH AP Top Stories January 17 P As more victims came forward in court to Coach Tells Nassar to 'Go to Hell' at Sentencing In South Florida, Nora Sandigo helps children who's Mama Warrior Aids Children of Deported Migrants For all his errant swings at the facts, AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Alternate Reality In a real nuclear strike in New York, Avoid Old NYC 'Fallout Shelters' in Nuke Attack Former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole received Congress' Bob Dole Receives Congressional Gold Medal The frigid air that brought snow and ice Frigid Air Brings Snow and Ice to the South Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says it's crucial Tillerson: U.S. Military Will Remain In Syria A government panel is recommending that states significantly Panel Backs Lower Drunken Driving Threshold It's trucks, trucks and more trucks at this Trucks and More Trucks at Detroit Auto Show Assistant Attorney General of the National Security Division, WH: Trump Immigration Laws Will Make US Safer Protesters stormed into Virginia Democrat Sen. Tim Kaine's DACA Protesters Demand Sen. Kaine's Support With terrorist recruitment and Russian meddling in the Social Media Execs Testify on Terror Recruitment Steve Bannon's attorney relayed questions, in real time, AP Sources: WH Directs Bannon At House Interview The South awoke Wednesday to another Arctic mess. South Slammed Again with Arctic Mix Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, on Wednesday, Jan. Curran bars appointees from party leadership jobs Members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and other Hispanic Caucus: 'Little Progress' on DACA Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona strongly denounced Sen. Flake Denounces Trump Attacks on Press House Speaker Paul Ryan is pressuring Democrats to Ryan Pressures Democrats on Spending Bill The South awoke on Wednesday to a two-part Frigid Cold Following Snow to Southern States Here's the latest for Wednesday, January 17th: House AP Top Stories January 17 A
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