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The government shutdown is putting a strain on hundreds of Native American tribes

FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ.>> Fallout from the federal government shutdown is hurting Native Americans as dwindling funds hamper access to health care and other services. The pain is especially deep in tribal communities with high rates of poverty and unemployment, where one person often supports an extended...

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Despite a partial government shutdown with no end in sight, 30 Democratic members of Congress are gathering in Puerto Rico this weekend with their families and lobbyists for a winter retreat in which they planned to see the hit Broadway show, “Hamilton.”

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What caused the D.C. shutdown? If D.C. stood for the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday night, the culprit was the wall. An impenetrable moving barrier of Rams blockers shoved aside the vaunted Cowboys defense, running roughshod over a collection of tacklers who had just dominated the No. 1 ground game...

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The Latest: No movement in settling record-long shutdown

WASHINGTON (AP) " The Latest on the partial government shutdown (all times local):3:35 p.m.The partial government shutdown has slipped into the record books as the longest ever.Members of Congress are out of town, no negotiations are scheduled and President Donald Trump is tweeting into the...

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Selective shutdown? Trump tries to blunt impact, takes heat

WASHINGTON (AP) " The government shutdown is wreaking havoc on many Americans: Hundreds of thousands of federal employees don't know when they'll see their next paycheck, and low-income people who rely on the federal safety net worry about whether they'll make ends meet should the stalemate in...

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Government shutdown impact minimal at LI tourist sites, MacArthur Airport

Visitors reported a little inconvenience, some disappointment, or nothing at all at Long Island sites staffed by federal workers.

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With Interest: The Week in Business: CBS News Gets Its First Female President, and Theranos Goes Back to Court

Government shutdown fallout is hitting airports hard — also, your grocery store. And European officials are scrambling for a Brexit backup plan.

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Trump Denies 'Chaos' in White House Amid Shutdown, Insisting 'Almost Nobody' Is Left 'But Me'

President Donald Trump denied “chaos” in the White House amid the ongoing government shutdown, claiming on Saturday that there’s “almost nobody in the W.H. but me.” “I just watched a Fake reporter from the Amazon Washington Post say the White House is ‘chaotic, there does not seem to...

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Shutdown effects are being felt at airports

With Transportation Security Administration employees calling in sick, Miami International closed a concourse.

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Brexit and the U.S. Shutdown: Two Governments in Paralysis

Rarely have British and American politics seemed as synchronized as they do in the chilly dawn of 2019, when pro-globalization elites battle the populists.

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‘We will be out for a long time’ unless Democrats budge, Trump says, as shutdown enters 4th week

The longest federal government shutdown in American history ground into a fourth week Saturday with President Donald Trump showing fresh defiance on Twitter, congressional Democrats firmly resolved to resist his calls for a border wall, and unpaid workers caught in the middle.

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Shutdown turns off taps for some Colorado breweries

To sell new beers across state lines, breweries have to get permits approved for their formulas by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.

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Shutdown turns off taps for some Colorado breweries

To sell new beers across state lines, breweries have to get permits approved for their formulas by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.

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Shutdown turns off taps for some Colorado breweries

To sell new beers across state lines, breweries have to get permits approved for their formulas by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.

Read more in The Denver Post

Shutdown puts strain on hundreds of Native American tribes

Fallout from the federal government shutdown is hurting Native Americans as dwindling funds hamper access to health care and other services. The pain is especially deep in tribal communities with high rates of poverty and unemployment, where one person often supports an extended family.

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