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The federal government remains partially shut down this morning. A quarter of the government - that's about 800,000 federal workers - have been impacted by this.

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Making a movie about former Vice President Dick Cheney turns out to be harder than you may have thought.

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And I'm David Greene. President Trump says that U.S. troops are going to be leaving Syria.

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The Senate passed a criminal justice overhaul last night.

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President Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn is going to be facing his sentencing today.

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The latest Trump administration personnel moves came in characteristic style on a weekend during off hours via tweet.

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Authorities in Vancouver, Canada, have arrested a top executive at one of China's biggest tech companies.

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This is an extraordinary moment and an extraordinary morning in Washington, D.C. Funeral services are about to take place for the late President George H.W. Bush. And here are some of the sounds we heard in Washington moments ago.

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The United States shut down its largest border crossing with Mexico over the weekend.

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The smoky, silky rasp of Anderson .Paak's voice boasts a soulfulness beyond his years. Though he's only 32, the California native has done more living than many musicians do in their whole lives, and he has the war stories to prove it.

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Emergency workers in Northern California have found 13 more bodies.

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When he's not busy on a movie set, Jeff Goldblum owns Wednesday nights in Los Angeles.

The actor, known for roles in Hollywood blockbusters and a singular, chin-stroking comic persona, plays piano in a jazz band with a standing weekly gig, which he calls The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. The performances are casual and unstructured, with the man of the hour playing keys one moment, holding court and posing for photos with attendees the next, just generally being ... well, Jeff Goldblum.

In his new movie Boy Erased, the Australian actor and director Joel Edgerton takes us inside a Christian program that is supposed to "cure" people of homosexuality. Edgerton himself plays the practitioner of a discredited treatment known as conversion therapy.

The film is based on the true story of someone who entered such a program at age 19. Garrard Conley wrote about his experience in Boy Erased: A Memoir, and was a close consultant for the movie.

In an interview, Edgerton says that Conley is still coming to terms with the experience.

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Ohio, Indiana, Missouri - President Trump has a full day of campaigning scheduled before Election Day tomorrow.

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Today the president and first lady visit Pittsburgh.

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So what drove a man to open fire in a synagogue in Pittsburgh?

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Carla Hall grew up eating soul food since before she could speak.

Her latest book, Carla Hall's Soul Food: Everyday and Celebration, brings to life the cuisine of her childhood, and explores her winding, but rewarding, journey back to her heritage and Southern roots.

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A group of migrants has focused fresh attention on the flow of people from Central America.

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Here are two basic realities about California. First, it's an overwhelmingly Democratic state which Hillary Clinton won with millions of votes to spare.

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