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Today β€” February 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

Phony Wall, Phony Emergency

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The president plans to manage the border crisis from the golf course at Mar-a-Lago this weekend.

Yesterday β€” February 15th 2019Your RSS feeds

In a Divided Washington, Congress Averted a Shutdown β€” but at a Price

By GLENN THRUSH

President Trump’s last-minute tantrum nearly derailed a deal to avert another government shutdown, and forced the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, to accept an emergency declaration.

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Congress Expected to Swiftly Pass Border Deal to Prevent Shutdown

By EMILY COCHRANE

Seven spending bills, including a sweeping border security package, are expected to pass through both chambers on Thursday, in time to avert a second shutdown.

Why Border Wall Talks Suddenly Became a Showdown Over β€˜ICE Beds’

By CAITLIN DICKERSON

Republicans and Democrats each claim the new budget proposal advances their immigration agendas. At issue: how much money the budget should provide for migrant detention.

News Analysis: Trump Puts Best Face on Border Deal, as Aides Try to Assuage an Angry Right

By PETER BAKER and MAGGIE HABERMAN

It was arguably the most punishing defeat President Trump has experienced in office, and it left the White House scrounging for other ways to pay for a wall.

Five Key Takeaways From the Tentative Deal on Border Security

By MICHAEL TACKETT

Congressional negotiators have come up with a tentative deal to avert a government shutdown. Here are some key takeaways.

Trump Gives Ground on His Wall as Border Deal Comes Into View

By EMILY COCHRANE and ANNIE KARNI

President Trump shows new flexibility on his wall as House and Senate negotiators near a border security deal that would keep the government funded past Feb. 15.

On Washington: State of the Union Speech Puts Democratic Resurgence on Full Display

By CARL HULSE

Democrats avoided any outbursts or walkouts that could have presented a bad image, but their silence as Republicans clapped repeatedly spoke volumes.

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