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January 18, 2019 — The Shutdown is in its 28th day.
Democrats demand investigation after report that Trump ordered Michael Cohen to lie to Congress—Washington Post
Trump says he’s canceling Pelosi’s foreign trip a day after she asked him to delay his State of the Union speech
Global stocks rise on hopes for US trade progress
Cohen Hired IT Firm to Rig Early Polls for Trump – Wall Street Journal
In early 2015, the owner of a small tech company showed up at Trump Tower to collect $50,000 for helping Michael Cohen try to rig online polls in Donald Trump’s favor before the presidential campaign. He says he never got what he was owed.
Rio Grande – Authorities Stop Transport of AMMO into Mexico
U.S. Customs and Border Protection turned two men over to federal prosecutors Monday after discovering more than 2,000 rounds of ammunition in their vehicle as they tried to enter Matamoros.
Ramon Aguilar-Martinez and Juan De Dios Ramirez-Garcia are charged with illegally attempting to export 2,070 rounds of assorted ammunition, including .30-06 caliber, .270 caliber, .38 caliber, .22 caliber and .22 WMR caliber rounds into Mexico, according to a criminal complaint.
Why a Texas border wall won’t deter Central American migrants, by Kevin Diaz, SA Express-New
WASHINGTON – Asylum seekers coming across the border from Mexico in South Texas have recently devised a new system for defeating the tall barrier fences that were built to keep them out.
“They’ll actually walk up to the border wall, where there are gates,” said Jodi Goodwin, an immigration attorney in Harlingen, Tex. “They know those gates have cameras. So they’ll just wave at the cameras to notify the Border Patrol, ‘We’re here!’”
“They don’t have to worry about getting over a wall,” she continued. “To them, the wall is completely irrelevant.”
Selena H-E-B bags go on sale at stores across Texas
Students in Switzerland, Germany Stage “Climate” Protest
BERIN (AP) — Thousands of students are holding rallies across Germany and Switzerland to protest lack of action against climate change.
The demonstrations taking place in dozens of cities Friday were inspired by a Swedish student’s weekly “school strike.”