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2 People Dead In S.C. Public Housing Complex, 411 Evacuated After Gas Leaks

2 People Dead In S.C. Public Housing Complex, 411 Evacuated After Gas Leaks

Police haven't yet confirmed that the deaths of the men, who were found Thursday morning in separate apartments in Columbia, are tied to the leaks.
'The Forward,' Storied Jewish Paper, Shutters Print Edition After 121 Years

'The Forward,' Storied Jewish Paper, Shutters Print Edition After 121 Years

The Forward, founded in 1897, says it's shifting the focus of its Yiddish and English content to digital — and laying off nearly 30 percent of its staff in the process.
Defense Department Releases Names Of Three U.S. Casualties In Syria Attack

Defense Department Releases Names Of Three U.S. Casualties In Syria Attack

The Americans died in a suicide bombing near a restaurant in Manbij, in northern Syria. Analysts say the attacker may have targeted a spot that had become a favorite for U.S. troops.
President Trump, North Korean Leader Kim Agree To Second Meeting Next Month

President Trump, North Korean Leader Kim Agree To Second Meeting Next Month

Trump first met with Kim in June 2018 in Singapore, and the two appeared to form an unlikely bond after Trump had previously criticized Kim on Twitter, slamming him as "Little Rocket Man."
Zimbabwe Orders Second Internet Shutdown In A Week Of Deadly Protests

Zimbabwe Orders Second Internet Shutdown In A Week Of Deadly Protests

Critics accuse the government of constricting Internet use to stop the circulation of images showing a security forces responding violently to protests over increased gas prices.
Shutdown Pressures Freshman Democrats To Deliver On Promise To Break Gridlock

Shutdown Pressures Freshman Democrats To Deliver On Promise To Break Gridlock

Many newly elected Democrats vowed to work with Republicans and avoid partisan posturing. But they are sticking behind House Speaker Pelosi's position not to give in on the demand for wall money.
Fleeing Crisis, Some Venezuelans Are Recruited By Rebel Forces Fighting In Colombia

Fleeing Crisis, Some Venezuelans Are Recruited By Rebel Forces Fighting In Colombia

Venezuelan migrants come into contact with Colombian guerrillas after crossing the river border. The migrants have turned up among captured and killed rebels, a Colombian military commander tells NPR.
Tesla Cuts 3,000 Jobs As Elon Musk Aims To Make More Cars For Less Money

Tesla Cuts 3,000 Jobs As Elon Musk Aims To Make More Cars For Less Money

The electric automaker is eliminating 7 percent of its workforce in a cost-cutting measure. "The road ahead is very difficult," Musk told employees in an email.
BuzzFeed: Trump Directed Cohen To Lie To Congress About A Trump Tower In Moscow

BuzzFeed: Trump Directed Cohen To Lie To Congress About A Trump Tower In Moscow

The report, citing two law enforcement sources, says Michael Cohen told the special counsel that Trump "personally instructed him to lie" to lawmakers about negotiations for a Trump Tower in Moscow.
Tribune Publishing CEOs Are Out After A Series Of Controversies

Tribune Publishing CEOs Are Out After A Series Of Controversies

Justin Dearborn, Tribune Publishing's chairman and CEO, and Ross Levinsohn, CEO of the company's interactive division, are leaving after a series of controversies and a failure to sell the company.
Pelosi Says Trump Administration Leaked Plans To Fly Commercially To War Zone

Pelosi Says Trump Administration Leaked Plans To Fly Commercially To War Zone

The speaker's office says a congressional delegation was prepared to take a commercial flight to Afghanistan after Trump revoked a military flight.
Defying Trump Administration, Calif. Offers Federal Workers Unemployment Benefits

Defying Trump Administration, Calif. Offers Federal Workers Unemployment Benefits

California Gov. Gavin Newsom called the Department of Labor's guidance that states not allow furloughed workers to collect unemployment "jaw-dropping."
Former Chicago Cop Jason Van Dyke To Be Sentenced For Laquan McDonald Murder

Former Chicago Cop Jason Van Dyke To Be Sentenced For Laquan McDonald Murder

The 2014 shooting was captured on an infamous video that showed McDonald, who was carrying a knife with a three-inch blade, walking away from Van Dyke just before the officer shot him 16 times.
Back-To-Back Storms And No Pay For Federal Weather Forecasters

Back-To-Back Storms And No Pay For Federal Weather Forecasters

Despite the shutdown, the National Weather Service is putting out forecasts and helping local officials prepare for dangerous weather, even as employees worry about making ends meet at home.
Attempts To Make Shutdown 'Painless' May Stretch Limits Of Federal Law

Attempts To Make Shutdown 'Painless' May Stretch Limits Of Federal Law

The Trump administration is trying to minimize the impact of the government shutdown by bringing furloughed workers back to work without pay. Critics say this may run afoul of the law.
Even With Rappers Set To Perform, Super Bowl's Halftime Show Remains Tone-Deaf

Even With Rappers Set To Perform, Super Bowl's Halftime Show Remains Tone-Deaf

Rappers Big Boi and Travis Scott have agreed to perform at the show while many others have rejected the NFL's request due to its handling of the Colin Kaepernick kneeling controversy.
Federal Shutdown Has Meant Steep Health Bills For Some Families

Federal Shutdown Has Meant Steep Health Bills For Some Families

An air traffic controller is just one employee locked into the terms of a health plan because of the ongoing federal shutdown. It's meant his child's hospital bills are "out-of-network."
With Higher Stakes In The Abortion Debate, Activists March On Washington

With Higher Stakes In The Abortion Debate, Activists March On Washington

Anti-abortion rights activists gather once again for the March for Life in Washington, D.C., Friday. This year, they are fresh off the swearing in of conservative Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Police Seek Volunteers To Drink To Excess

Police Seek Volunteers To Drink To Excess

The Kutztown, Pa., Borough Police Department was overwhelmed with volunteers after turning to Facebook to ask for help with its sobriety test training.
Microsoft Pledges $500 Million Investment To Tackle Affordable Housing Crisis

Microsoft Pledges $500 Million Investment To Tackle Affordable Housing Crisis

Most of the money will help preserve and build new homes for low and middle-income residents. A smaller portion will go toward homeless services and programs to keep people from being evicted.