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President Trump: 'Shutdown Coming?'

Senate Democrats say they will oppose the GOP's stopgap funding bill to avert a government shutdown, raising the likelihood of the first partial government shutdown since 2013.

Clock Ticks Down Toward A Midnight Government Shutdown

Rachel Martin talks to Marc Short, White House director of legislative affairs, about the chances of a government shutdown Friday night. NPR's Susan Davis weighs in on the conversation.

Stansfield Turner, Who Headed CIA Under Carter, Dies At 94

The Navy admiral tapped by President Carter to lead the spy agency conducted a controversial downsizing of risky clandestine operations — a move that angered many in the intelligence community.

DREAMers Caught Up In Efforts To Keep The Government Open

Steve Inskeep asks Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland if he's willing to let the government shut down to secure promises on immigration overhaul. NPR's Susan Davis weighs in on the topic.

Why Are We Only Learning About Stormy Daniels Now, Writes 'Post's' Farhi

Steve Inskeep talks to Paul Farhi of The Washington Post about media coverage of Stormy Daniels, the adult film actress who allegedly had an affair with Donald Trump in 2006.

Trump Visits Pa. County That Has A Special Election In March

President Trump visited southwestern Pennsylvania on Thursday, an area dominated by the coal industry which is feeling positive after his first year in office.

House Bill To Keep Government Open Passes After Deal With Freedom Caucus

If Congress does not pass a spending bill, the government shuts down Friday night. Rachel Martin talks to Republican Rep. Tom Garrett of Virginia, a member of the Freedom Caucus.

Pence Begins Mideast Tour In Cairo For Talks With Egypt's President

Vice President Mike Pence will be in Cairo Saturday. He and Egypt's president will talk about everything from fighting terrorism to protecting religious minorities.

News Brief: Government Shutdown Threat Looms, Hush Money Payments

The House approved a short-term spending bill that would keep the government open. Will the Senate follow suit? And, media are reporting allegations that President Trump had an affair in 2006.

Turnover In Trump's White House Is 'Record-Setting,' And It Isn't Even Close

In Trump's first year in office 34 percent of top aides have either resigned, been fired or moved to different positions. That level of turmoil is off the charts compared with recent presidencies.

1 Emoluments Clause Lawsuit Is Dismissed, Trump Faces Others In 2018

Several lawsuits filed last year allege Donald Trump violated the Constitution's Emoluments Clause as he entangles the presidency with his businesses. One suit has been dismissed.

Trump, Unlikely Champion Of Anti-Abortion Rights Movement, To Address March For Life

Despite his history of previously expressing support for abortion rights, Trump carefully courted social conservatives and abortion-rights opponents.

Women's Marches Across The Country Will Focus On The Vote

On the anniversary of the Women's March in Washington, D.C., organizers say marches this year are less about outrage and more about political organizing.

Government Shutdown Still Possible As Short-Term Funding Passes House

The House has passed a short-term spending bill, but a government shutdown is still possible as Democrats appear ready to block the measure in the Senate.

Baltimore Schools' Heating Crisis A 'Day Of Reckoning' For The City And State

After heating problems left some students in 40-degree classrooms, city and school leaders, there's plenty of baggage and blame to go around.

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