President Donald Trump on Friday announced that a deal had been reached to reopen the federal government after a 35-day partial shutdown over $5.7 billion in wall funding. The deal contains no new wall..
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According to Reuters, congressional leaders and President Donald Trump have agreed to a stop-gap spending plan that would end a partial government shutdown. Trump is expected to deliver remarks soon at..
US President Donald Trump struck an unusually conciliatory tone in his White House address but was earned a frosty reception from leading Democrats. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
The US government partially shut down on Saturday, and there is not yet any sign of tangible efforts to reopen agencies closed by a political impasse over Trump's demand for border wall funds. SBS - Published