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CNN Gunmen launch siege at Intercontinental Hotel in KabulCNNKabul, Afghanistan (CNN) Afghan special forces traded fire Sunday morning with the remaining gunmen who attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul hours earlier, Afghanistan's TOLO news channel reported. The gunfire intensified about 4 a.m. Sunday ...In Kabul, Gunmen Storm Intercontinental HotelNew York TimesSeveral dead as gunmen attack top Kabul hotelReutersKabul attack: Gunmen storm Intercontinental hotelCBS NewsThe Guardian -Inquirer.net -TIME -PerthNowall 181 news articles »

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Washington Post Congressional leaders refuse to budge on shutdown's first day, but negotiations continueWashington PostCongressional leaders in both parties refused to budge publicly from their political corners Saturday on the first day of the government shutdown, avoiding direct negotiations and bitterly blaming each other for the impasse in speeches. President Trump ...After Vowing to Fix Washington, Trump Is Mired in a Familiar CrisisNew York TimesBlame game boils over in shutdown fightThe HillShutdown messaging war: 'Illegal immigrants' vs. Trump mayhemPoliticoLos Angeles Times -NPR -Reuters -Bloombergall 4,721 news articles »

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Washington Post In Cairo, Pence praises the friendship and partnership between the US and EgyptWashington PostCAIRO — On Saturday, the first day of the federal government shutdown, Vice President Pence arrived here in the late afternoon to meet with Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi, whom he praised and repeatedly called a “friend” of the United States ...Mike Pence: US Stands 'Shoulder to Shoulder' With Egypt in Fight Against TerrorTIMEShutdown Shadows Pence in Cairo as He Begins Rescheduled TripBloombergPence is half a world away from DC dramaPoliticoReuters -Fox News -Los Angeles Times -The Hill (blog)all 233 news articles »

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TIME Trump's First Year in Office Has Been a Can't-Miss DramaTIMEPresident Donald Trump attends a discussion on making changes to the prison system on Thursday Jan. 11, 2018 in Washington, DC. Matt McClain—The Washington Post/Getty Images. By Jonathan Lemire / AP. 5:00 PM EST. (WASHINGTON) — A bleak description of ...Trump touts first-year accomplishments in op-edThe Hillall 843 news articles »

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Yahoo News UK Man Shouts 'It's Not Your Body' to Los Angeles Women's MarchersYahoo News UKThousands gathered in downtown Los Angeles, California, on Saturday, January 20, for Women's March 2018. Some of the marchers encountered a man, standing with another man wearing a Donald Trump t-shirt, shouting, “It's not your body!” In Los Angeles ...and more »

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Washington Post Protesters gather for a second Women's March in nation's capitalWashington PostThousands of demonstrators gathered Saturday on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and lined the frozen-over Reflecting Pool to rally for women's rights, urge women to run for public office and call on citizens to fully engage on issues from sexual ...Coast to coast, voices are raised in anger and dismayLos Angeles Times'Grab Him by the Mid-terms': Women's marches push power of the voteUSA TODAYTrump touts 'unprecedented success' at one-year markThe HillReuters -The Atlantic -CNN -New York Daily Newsall 755 news articles »

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New York Times 72 Turkish Jets Bomb US-Backed Kurdish Militias in SyriaNew York TimesISTANBUL — Turkish jets bombed the Syrian Kurdish enclave of Afrin on Saturday as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey vowed to crush Kurdish militant forces across northern Syria to remove what he said was a terrorist threat. The Turkish news ...Turkey launches airstrikes in Syria against US-backed Kurdish fightersWashington PostTurkish jets bombard Afrin, a Kurdish-run city in SyriaCBS NewsAirstrikes pound Syria's Afrin as Turkey launches 'Operation Olive Branch'ReutersBloomberg -U.S. News & World Report -Voice of America -Business Insiderall 1,363 news articles »

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New York Times Congressman Combating Harassment Settled His Own Misconduct CaseNew York TimesWASHINGTON — Representative Patrick Meehan, a Pennsylvania Republican who has taken a leading role in fighting sexual harassment in Congress, used thousands of dollars in taxpayer money to settle his own misconduct complaint after a former aide ...Rep. Pat Meehan removed from Ethics Committee after report he settled sexual misconduct complaintCNNGOP rep loses spot on Ethics Committee over sexual harassment settlementThe HillRep. Meehan denies harassing former aide amid settlement, loses House ethics seatPoliticoNBCNews.com -CBS News -Business Insider -Pittsburgh Post-Gazetteall 54 news articles »

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USA TODAY Cuomo vows to keep Statue of Liberty open amid federal shutdownUSA TODAYALBANY, N.Y. — The Statue of Liberty will be staffed by state workers if the federal government doesn't keep it open during its shutdown, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday. While the federal government has indicted that parks and monuments could stay ...Statue of Liberty falls victim to government shutdown, ruining day for tourists: 'It kind of killed my dreams'New York Daily NewsTourists Were Sad The Government Shutdown Closed The Statue Of LibertyBuzzFeed NewsFeds close Statue of Liberty, order employee furloughs in response to shutdownFox NewsWXXI News -PopCulture.comall 33 news articles »

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NPR How America Has Changed During Trump's First Year In Office, By The NumbersNPROver President Trump's first year in office, the U.S. underwent some changes that he would probably cheer. The economy continued strengthening (including, yes, the stock market, as the president likes to emphasize) and the number of people apprehended ...What the Shutdown Says About the Future of the DemocratsNew York TimesIn post-presidency, Obama finds balancing act in countering TrumpABC NewsThe “Shithole” Cover-upSlate MagazineNational Review -Newsweek -The Hillall 5,493 news articles »

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