Newt Gingrich says 1995-96 shutdown 'was painful, but outcome was consequential'  01/12/2019 20:08:00 

    • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speaks at the Battle Born Progress Progressive Summit, Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, in North Las Vegas, Nev.
      Washington Gov. Jay Inslee recounted his progressive stances during a visit to Nevada Saturday as he considers a run for president.
    • A mile marker is seen at left as flood water slowly recedes on Washington Highway 530.
      Washington state’s Department of Transportation is replacing mile markers “69” and “420” after repeated thefts of the signs, according to a report.
    • 010218 Rogan MADURO pic
      Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro faces ‘historic’ condemnations from his neighbors in South America, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said with approval on Saturday.
    • Oprah Winfrey and Beto O'Rourke are shown.
      Oprah Winfrey might give former Rep. Beto O'Rourke a familiar boost.
    • Passengers wait in line at Sun Country Airlines in Terminal G at Miami International Airport in Miami.
      Miami International Airport was forced to close one of its terminals over the weekend after double the usual rate of Transportation Security Administration screeners called out of work as the government shutdown enters it fourth week.
    • Former FBI Director James Comey testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.
      Former FBI Director James Comey tweeted out a single quote from former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt Saturday in response to tweets from President Trump about Comey's firing and the reports of an investigation into Trump as a possible Russian agent.
    • Firefighters tends to a wounded person near the site of a gas leak explosion in Paris, France, on Saturday.
      PARIS (AP) — French authorities said two firefighters were killed and 47 people injured in a powerful explosion and fire apparently caused by a gas leak at a Paris bakery Saturday that blasted out windows and overturned cars.
    • Signs announce the visitor center at the DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge in Missouri Valley, Iowa, is closed as the partial government shutdown continues.
      The federal government told 30 employees not to spend money it accidentally paid them during the government shutdown.
    • Julian Castro
      Julian Castro, the former Obama administration housing secretary and ex-mayor of San Antonio, Texas, is officially running for president.
    • TV Personality Megyn Kelly
      Television host Megyn Kelly has officially split from NBC News and will be paid the remainder of her $69 million three-year contract.
    • Donald Trump,Eric Dreiband,Kirstjen Nielsen,Alex Azar,Matt Whitaker
      In several tweets Saturday morning, Trump said that he was waiting at the White House for Democrats to make a deal that would both end the government shutdown and allocate money to construct a physical barrier at the southern border.
    • Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., speaks in Charleston, W.Va.
      They don’t need to know what he is on the ballot for in West Virginia. Voters will back him anyway.
    • Donald Trump gestures
      President Trump said Saturday that it will be a good thing when the U.S. one day has good relations with Russia again.
    • Donald Trump
      This week’s White House Report Card finds President Trump and congressional Democrats still battling over a border wall and the resulting government shutdown, with no solution in sight.
    • Child Brides
      The U.S. government approved more than 5,000 immigration requests for visas or green cards from foreign adults who asked to bring child spouses, or boys and girls under the age of 18, to the country from 2007 to 2017, according to the results of a Senate committee investigation.
    • Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson poses for a photograph in his office in Santa Fe, N.M.
      A new global energy panel led in part by former President Bill Clinton’s energy chief suggests that the shale oil revolution has primed the U.S. to win the renewable energy race.

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