WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump announced that he would agree to a deal to temporarily reopen the government, signaling an end to the 35-day government shutdown. The deal, reached on Friday between the White House and congressional leaders, would temporarily reopen the government by providing full funding through Feb. 15. There would be no money […] (Date:01/25/2019 19:41) Read full article >>

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