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Trump is learning a tough lesson about presidential persuasion from the border wall impasse

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Over the past week, President Donald Trump has pulled out all the stops to seize the upper hand in the ongoing government shutdown fight. He's made his case in a prime-time Oval Office address. He's flown to McAllen, Texas, the site of his much desired border wall - where he met with border patrol agents and vowed , “The buck stops with everybody.” He called a meeting with top Democratic lawmakers, only to subsequently leave that meeting in a huff, declaring it to be “a waste of time.”
All in all, Trump's week has been brash, extravagant, and unpredictable. In other words, right in his...
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WATCH: Majority of Americans blame Trump, GOP for shutdown: Poll

WATCH: Majority of Americans blame Trump, GOP for shutdown: Poll

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Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., one of the president's top allies, is now urging him to temporarily reopen the government while Republicans negotiate with Democrats.
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Newt Gingrich: Lessons Learned From Past Government Shutdowns

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David Greene talks to Newt Gingrich, former GOP speaker of the House, who presided over one of the longest shutdowns of the federal government. In 1995, parts of the government closed for 21 days.
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Yoga studio owner stretching generosity with free classes for federal...

Yoga studio owner stretching generosity with free classes for federal workers during shutdown

A yoga studio owner is trying to bring a sense of calm to federal workers. Read more ...

2 skiers seriously injured after being buried in Taos Ski Valley avalanche

2 skiers seriously injured after being buried in Taos Ski Valley avalanche

Two people were seriously injured after being trapped in an avalanche at the highest peak at Taos Ski Valley. Read more ...

'Totally appropriate': President denies Speaker Nancy Pelosi aircraft for...

'Totally appropriate': President denies Speaker Nancy Pelosi aircraft for planned trip abroad

On Thursday the president denied the House speaker an aircraft for a planned trip abroad. Read more ...

Triangle dog owners, walkers in a bind after company changes ownership

Triangle dog owners, walkers in a bind after company changes ownership

Some Triangle dog owners and dog walkers say they are in a bind after a company that matches dog walkers with clients abruptly cut ties with them. Read more ...

Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen says Trump directed him to pay for poll...

Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen says Trump directed him to pay for poll rigging

President Donald Trump's former "fixer" Michael Cohen said he paid the head of a small technology company thousands in 2015 to rig online polls at "the direction of and for the... Read more ...

Trump responds to Pelosi by canceling her foreign travel after she asks him...

Trump responds to Pelosi by canceling her foreign travel after she asks him to postpone SOTU

President Donald Trump sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi cancelling her government trip to Belgium, Egypt, and Afghanistan, citing the ongoing partial government... Read more ...

Arrest made in shooting inside car at Old Louisville intersection

Arrest made in shooting inside car at Old Louisville intersection

One arrest was made Wednesday after police said a woman was shot in a car at a busy intersection in Old Louisville. Read more ...

Day 27 of the government shutdown: 2nd payday since shutdown began looms

Day 27 of the government shutdown: 2nd payday since shutdown began looms

Daily updates about impacts of the longest federal government shutdown in United States history. Read more ...

Prince Philip reportedly involved in car accident

Prince Philip reportedly involved in car accident

He was not injured in the incident. Read more ...

Government may have split up thousands more migrant families than initially...

Government may have split up thousands more migrant families than initially reported

A federal report found that family separations were occurring before the spring of last year, when the administration announced its "zero tolerance" policy on the southwest border. Read more ...