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Here's the latest for Saturday January 20th: Government shutdown began midnight Friday; National parks and monuments are closed as a result; Vice President Mike Pence visits the Middle East; Women's
Is this the most famous face in Cincinnati?

Is this the most famous face in Cincinnati?

You don't know everything about Fiona's first year. We promise.
Report: Las Vegas mass shooting meticulously planned, but motive remains elusive

Report: Las Vegas mass shooting meticulously planned, but motive remains elusive

Mass murderer Stephen Paddock stalked multiple public gatherings before killing 58 Las Vegas concert-goers and injuring 700, police say.

Visitors Enjoy National Park Despite Shutdown

Visitors could still venture into Yellowstone National Park Saturday to marvel at the geysers and buffalo herds even though visitor centers, public toilets and other facilities run by the National
Rep. Patrick Meehan to be investigated after claims he used taxpayer money for settlement

Rep. Patrick Meehan to be investigated after claims he used taxpayer money for settlement

Paul Ryan is ordering an investigation after the New York Times reports that U.S. Rep. Patrick Meehan used taxpayer money to settle a complaint.

Women's March 2018: Resist, Vote, Take Action

People participated in women's marches nationally with a message of taking action. Last year the marchers voiced their discontent. This year, they are pledging to vote, run for office, and elect new
New Jersey’s first lady: ‘I was sexually assaulted’

New Jersey’s first lady: ‘I was sexually assaulted’

Speaking at the Women's March on New Jersey in Morristown, New Jersey first lady Tammy Murphy revealed that she had been sexually assaulted in college.

Across the nation, women march for equality

Across the United States and abroad, activists reconvene and march again on the one-year anniversary of the Women's March.

White House Says Democrats Having Temper Tantrum

Republicans and Democrats showed no signs of ending their standoff over immigration and spending Saturday as Americans awoke to the first day of a federal government shutdown. (Jan. 20)
Man pulls 5-and-a-half foot tapeworm from his body; doctor suggests sushi to blame

Man pulls 5-and-a-half foot tapeworm from his body; doctor suggests sushi to blame

"That came out of your bottom?" the doctor asked. "Yes."
Cuomo vows to keep Statue of Liberty open amid federal shutdown

Cuomo vows to keep Statue of Liberty open amid federal shutdown

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the state would step in — as it did during the last federal shutdown in 2013.

Ryan Blames Democrats For "Reckless Shutdown"

Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan says the partial government shutdown is "inflicting needless uncertainty on our country" and he is blaming it all on Senate Democrats. (Jan. 20)
This fish with human-like teeth is causing problems in Arizona

This fish with human-like teeth is causing problems in Arizona

The pacu fish start out as pets that people dump into lakes once they get too big to manage.
Former assistant police chief sent messages urging recruit to shoot black people

Former assistant police chief sent messages urging recruit to shoot black people

Todd Shaw, who had previously worked 20 years as a Louisville officer,
Meet Preston, the dog comforting Larry Nassar's victims

Meet Preston, the dog comforting Larry Nassar's victims

Preston weighs nearly 70 pounds and his size alone helps children feel protected.
Report: Vegas shooter bought 55 guns in 1 year

Report: Vegas shooter bought 55 guns in 1 year

Most of the firearms were rifles of various calibers. He also purchased more than 100 firearm related items through a variety of retailers.

Phoenix premieres new Van Sant film at Sundance

At the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, Joaquin Phoenix talks about playing alcoholic quadriplegic cartoonist John Callahan in Gus Van Sant's new movie, "Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On

Thousands March On Washington Against Abortion

Anti-abortion activists and protesters carried posters and shouted slogans in support for the unborn on Friday, when they descended on the nation's capital from various parts of the country for the

Dems, Republicans blame each other after government shuts down

The U.S. government shut down at midnight after Congress failed to resolve a partisan standoff over immigration and spending. In a late-night vote, Senate Democrats blocked a bill that would have kept

US Govt Shuts Down. Dems, GOP Blame Each Other

The U.S. government shut down at midnight after Congress failed to resolve a partisan standoff over immigration and spending. In a late-night vote, Senate Democrats blocked a bill that would have kept