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New York Times

House Passes Short-Term Spending Bill, Setting Up Shutdown Battle in Senate
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The House approved on Thursday night a stopgap spending bill to keep the government open past Friday, but Senate Democrats — angered by President Trump's vulgar aspersions and a lack of progress on a broader budget and immigration deal ...
House approves bill to keep government open as Senate Democrats threaten to block itWashington Post
House votes to avert government shutdown, path in Senate unclearCNN
House Passes Bill To Avoid Government Shutdown, But Senate Prospects UncertainNPR
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Fusion GPS leader suspected 'crime' when probing Trump team and Russia
Washington (CNN) Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson used his six-hour interview with the House Intelligence Committee in November to defend the crafting of the now-infamous opposition research dossier on Trump and Russia and detail the suspicious ...
Head of firm behind Trump dossier was angered by Comey's pre-election announcementWashington Post
'Steele dossier' firm suspected Trump-Russia money launderingThe Hill
House intelligence committee releases Glenn Simpson Trump-dossier
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'This is depraved conduct,' DA says of California couple accused of torturing kids
(CNN) A California district attorney painted a horrible picture of physical and emotional abuse as he announced torture charges Thursday against a Riverside County couple accused of keeping their 13 children captive and malnourished in their home ...
At Squalid California Home of 13 Siblings, a Daring Escape From 'Human Depravity'New York Times
Prosecutor: Parents starved kids until they stopped growingABC News
Horrific details emerge as Perris parents accused of holding 13 kids captive are charged with tortureLos Angeles Times
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ABC News

Chris Christie rebuffed attempting to pass through a Newark airport gate access area he used as governor
ABC News
Chris Christie has only been the ex-governor of New Jersey for two days but he has already felt the loss of at least one perk of the job. Interested in Chris Christie? Add Chris Christie as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Chris Christie ...
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie denied VIP entry at Newark
TV crew with fake bomb arrested at Newark Airport, feds
Mortal Again: Christie Blocked at VIP Entrance to Newark AirportBloomberg
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New York Times

Trump Gives Health Workers New Religious Liberty Protections
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration announced on Thursday that it was expanding religious freedom protections for doctors, nurses and other health care workers who object to performing procedures like abortion and gender reassignment surgery ...
Why Trump is targeting health workers' religious objectionsWashington Post
Religious liberty report card: The Trump administration's first yearThe Hill
Trump Move on Healthcare Religious Freedom Prompts Discrimination FearsU.S. News & World Report
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CBS News

Phoenix police say double-homicide suspect tied to 7 other slayings
CBS News
Last Updated Jan 18, 2018 2:25 PM EST. PHOENIX - Phoenix police say a convicted felon suspected in the slayings of his mother and another man is behind seven other recent killings. Police speaking at a news conference Thursday morning said 35-year-old ...
Inside the killing spree that left 9 people shot dead in 3 weeks: PoliceABC News
A suspected serial killer could be behind 9 deaths in Phoenix — including his mother, police sayWashington Post
Serial killer behind 9 slayings in Phoenix area, police sayCNN
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The Hill

California AG on reported ICE raids: Regardless of rumors, people have rights
The Hill
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra · Xavier BecerraOvernight Tech: States sue FCC over net neutrality repeal | Senate Dems reach 50 votes on measure to override repeal | Dems press Apple on phone slowdowns, kids' health | New Android malware ...
California attorney general threatens legal action if employers assist federal immigration raidsWashington Examiner
Florida sheriffs, immigration officials unveil plan to work

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Trump lawyer used private company to pay adult film star: report
The Hill
President Trump · Donald John TrumpDems flip Wisconsin state Senate seat Sessions: 'We should be like Canada' in how we take in immigrants GOP rep: 'Sheet metal and garbage' everywhere in Haiti MORE's personal lawyer Michael Cohen reportedly used a ...
Top Trump lawyer reportedly went extraordinary lengths to quietly pay porn star 'Stormy Daniels' $130000Business Insider
This New Report About Stormy Daniels, Trump, Spanking, and Shark Week Is Highly Believable (Really!)Slate Magazine
Who is Stormy Daniels, the porn star at the center of the Donald Trump reports?Kansas City Star
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Los Angeles Times

Pope Francis urges compassion toward immigrants, those 'who have had to leave everything behind'
Los Angeles Times
While celebrating Mass on Thursday near the north Chilean port of Iquique, Pope Francis reminded his listeners that, in the indigenous Aymara language, the city's name means “land of dreams.” Iquique was once a booming mining town but is now better ...
Pope in Chile: Education Should Awaken WondermentNational Catholic Register
Pope Lands in Peru as President Seeks Help in Political CrisisU.S. News & World Report
Pope Francis conducts unexpected wedding ceremony on airplane over ChileNew York Daily News
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WGAL Lancaster

Gunman accused of shooting marshal identified
WGAL Lancaster
The man who shot a deputy U.S. marshal and a York officer Thursday morning in Harrisburg has been identified as Kevin Sturgis, 31, of Philadelphia. Sturgis was killed in a shootout with officers from multiple agencies who were part of a fugitive task ...

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