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Today β€” January 17th 2019Your RSS feeds

White House Redefines Who Is Essential to Get Parts of Government Moving Again

By KATIE ROGERS and ALAN RAPPEPORT

The administration is opening the government piece by piece, forcing thousands of workers to report to the job without pay in sectors that could benefit the president’s base.

Overlooked No More: Isabelle Kelley, Who Developed a Food Stamp Program to Feed Millions

At a time when many needy families lacked adequate nutrition, Kelley helped develop a program to improve the well being of Americans. Today, more than 38 million people receive food stamps.

Yesterday β€” January 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

Can States Fix the Disaster of American Health Care?

By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL

The governor of California has proposed some big ideas. Who knows whether he can pull them off, but there’s reason for hope.

Pelosi Asks Trump to Reschedule State of the Union Amid Shutdown

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and NICHOLAS FANDOS

Speaker Nancy Pelosi cited security concerns from the government shutdown in her request to reschedule the speech or to have the president deliver it in writing.

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Supreme Court Concludes That Snatching a Necklace Is a Violent Felony

By ADAM LIPTAK

In a 5-to-4 decision, the justices considered the scope of a federal law requiring mandatory 15-year sentences for some gun crimes.

Deadly Winter Storm Moves East, Knocking Out Power to 200,000

By SANDRA E. GARCIA

A winter storm that officials say contributed to nine deaths in the Midwest was moving east, knocking out power in four states and disrupting air travel.

Deadly Winter Storm Moves East, Knocking Out Power to 200,000

By SANDRA E. GARCIA

A winter storm that officials say contributed to nine deaths in the Midwest was moving east, knocking out power in four states and disrupting air travel.

5 Dead as Winter Storm Slams Parts of the Midwest

By JULIA JACOBS

Central Missouri has gotten up to 17 inches of snow and hundreds of vehicle crashes in the state were reported. The storm is headed to the Mid-Atlantic States.

Patricia Wald, First Woman to Preside Over D.C. Appeals Court, Dies at 90

By NEIL A. LEWIS

A recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, she was the first woman to serve as chief judge of the influential federal appeals court in Washington.

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