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    Government shutdown looms as lawmakers struggle to reach deal

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  • Former advisor: Someone in White House called a rioter on Jan. 6

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  • Police in Russia crackdown on protests over draft, arrest hundreds

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  • Protests over woman who died while in Iranian police custody grow

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  • Anti-government protests continue across Iran, at least 41 dead

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  • Women defy Iran’s morality police after young woman’s death

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  • Special master orders Trump team to prove FBI planted evidence

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  • ‘I’m not going to die for Putin’: Russians react to draft orders

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  • Ginni Thomas agrees to meet with Jan. 6 committee

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  • DOJ regains access to Mar-a-Lago documents; NY AG sues Trump

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  • Special master presses Trump to prove his declassification claims

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  • New interest rate hike expected as Fed battles rising inflation

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  • Migrants sent to Martha’s Vineyard file lawsuit against DeSantis

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  • Putin warns threat of nuclear retaliation against West is ‘not a bluff’

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  • Biden leaves door open to not running for reelection

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  • Investigation launched into DeSantis' flights carrying migrants

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  • How US’s special relationship with UK will evolve with King Charles

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  • Sarah Sanders announces she's 'cancer-free' after thyroid surgery

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Donald Trump won’t win election without Republican support, Mark Halperin says

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Bloomberg Politics’ Mark Halperin says that Donald Trump’s main strategy is to rally Republicans behind him in the fallout of his 2005 video scandal, but adds that Speaker Paul Ryan is likely to repudiate Trump “even more than he already did.” Political analyst Nicolle Wallace says Trump is going “back to basics,” recalling when he “obliterated sixteen largely establishment figures” during the primaries.