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The Senate's No. 2 Republican said Sunday that the government shutdown was likely to extend into Monday as congressional Democrats and Republicans blamed each other for and urged each other to end the political stalemate.
It may be a new year, but Congress is returning to the same old challenge they left behind in 2017 – agreeing on a budget.
Let there be no more questions about Tom Brady’s hand.
A CEO from one of the world's top five global fashion brands has to work for just four days to earn what a garment worker in Bangladesh will earn in an entire lifetime, campaigning group Oxfam International said Monday.
For up to seventeen hours from Saturday night through to Sunday, scores were slaughtered, shot and hiding for their lives as six Taliban operatives stormed Kabul’s luxury Intercontinental Hotel – with fingers pointing to an attack likely carried out with inside assistance.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is reportedly set to get back to work following her battle with breast cancer. She’s currently scheduled to begin filming the seventh and final season of her hit HBO series “Veep” in August.
Congressional Democrats and Republicans on Sunday again publically blamed each other’s party for the government running out of money and closing -- respectively calling the situation the “Trump Shutdown” or the “Schumer Shutdown.”
The atmosphere is so bad around Megyn Kelly at “Today” that producers of the 7-to-9 a.m. slot, hosted by Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb, are openly sniping at her.
U.S. authorities have detained former Guatemalan presidential candidate Manuel Baldizon to face charges in Guatemala.
Former House speaker Nancy Pelosi is throwing her hat into the competitive TV ring with a recently-announced guest judging appearance on VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
A new power couple of the global elite has formed.
The Orlando Magic outscored the Boston Celtics 32-12 in the critical third quarter Sunday afternoon.
The Department of Justice has given various congressional committees nearly 400 pages of additional text messages between two FBI officials who were removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady took the field for Sunday's AFC Championship Game with a bandage on his right hand and did not appear to show any ill effects from an injury he sustained in Wednesday's practice.
U.S. military personnel overseas will get to watch the NFL conference championships games Sunday, after the broadcasts originally were deemed a non-essential service and canceled as part of the government shutdown, according to the Defense Department.
Spain's state prosecutor office says it will reissue a European arrest warrant for the arrest of the fugitive former leader of Catalonia if he leaves Belgium and enters Denmark as planned.
United Airlines has lightened the load on its flights – and wallets – by using lighter paper to produce its inflight magazine.
Ethiopian police in the restive Amhara region in the north confirmed Sunday that seven people were killed when worshippers celebrating the Epiphany holiday clashed with security forces.
Jim Johannson, the general manager of the U.S. Olympic men's hockey team, died in his sleep Sunday morning, just weeks before the start of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Scarlett Johansson, who slammed James Franco in a speech at the Women’s March in Los Angeles, is being called a hypocrite for previously defending Woody Allen and saying the child abuse allegations against the director were “all guesswork.”