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President Trump is defending himself after reports said the FBI opened an investigation into whether the president was working for the Kremlin. And, the government shutdown is in its fourth week.
The offensive lineman's car got stuck in the snow, The Associated Press reports. Allen tweeted a "nice guy named Dave" rescued him. He asked for help finding Dave so he could get him playoff tickets.
If a British person says, "with the greatest respect." In British sarcasm it means, "I think you are an idiot." A U.K. poll says most Americans don't get the British art of passive aggression.
Trump on Monday addresses the 100th annual convention of the American Farm Bureau Federation in New Orleans. Rural voters strongly backed him in 2016, but many struggle in today's economic climate.
David Greene talks to Newt Gingrich, former GOP speaker of the House, who presided over one of the longest shutdowns of the federal government. In 1995, parts of the government closed for 21 days.
The Pentagon announced last week that the process of the U.S.'s deliberate withdraw from Syria has begun. Rachel Martin talks to Robert Ford, a former U.S. Ambassador to Syria, about the withdraw.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Saudi Arabia — the latest stop in his swing through the Middle East. While there, he met with Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. What did they talk about?
Theresa May will warn that rejecting her Brexit plan would be a catastrophe for British Democracy. And if Parliament defeats her Brexit deal Tuesday, the United Kingdom may not leave the EU at all.
More than 30,000 LA public school teachers on Monday are expected to strike. David Greene talks to Joseph Zeccola, 2018 Los Angeles County Teacher of the Year, about the factors leading to the strike.
Reports say the FBI was concerned about Trump's ties to Russia as early as 2016. Britain's prime minister speaks about Brexit. Public school teachers in Los Angeles are expected to strike Monday.
The former attorney general, nominated to return to run the Justice Department, backed President George H.W. Bush's decision to pardon ex-Reagan officials caught up in an earlier imbroglio.
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Creating an exercise habit doesn't mean you have to spend hours sweating on a treadmill. Start small, build up slowly and remember that all movement counts — even vacuuming, if you do it vigorously.
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Many child care centers in federal buildings affected by the partial government shutdown are also shuddered, leaving parents few options when it comes to their kids.
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Literary scholar Robert Alter says he didn't think the existing English translations of the Bible did justice to the original Hebrew. So he spent nearly a quarter century writing his own — by hand.
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To stay healthy, we need at least 150 minutes of exercise weekly. This routine, created with a celebrated trainer, hits this goal in 22 minutes a day — cardio, weight training and stretching included.
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The Capital Area Food Bank says it distributed more than 30,000 pounds of fresh produce on Saturday to federal workers impacted by the ongoing partial government shutdown.
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Rachel Martin talks to Republican Rep. Gary Palmer of Alabama about the partial government shutdown, and the money President Trump wants to fund a border wall. Democrats reject funding the wall.
The wholesale store is selling a bucket of pasta and cheddar cheese sauce, wrapped in separate pouches, weighing in at 27 pounds. It has a shelf life of 20 years.
The Qualcomm representative was saying smart speakers can recommend hotels and restaurants while people are driving. Alexa said, "That's not true." It's not clear why Alexa chimed in at that point.
The candidate at the center of the disputed congressional election in North Carolina is a pastor who worked hard to break into politics. Now, state investigators are probing his campaign's tactics.
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