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  • Ferry service helps Alcatraz escape from government shutdown
    Ferry service helps Alcatraz escape from government shutdownThe lights are on at Alacatraz Island, the famous federal prison turned tourist destination in San Francisco Bay, even though the U.S...
  • Mayor of Allentown, Pennsylvania to go on trial on corruption charges
    Mayor of Allentown, Pennsylvania to go on trial on corruption chargesThe mayor of Pennsylvania's third largest city, Allentown, is scheduled to appear at the start of his federal corruption trial on Monday, accused of soliciting campaign contributions in exchange for public contracts...
  • FDA's tobacco stance faces test with Philip Morris iQOS device
    FDA's tobacco stance faces test with Philip Morris iQOS deviceIn a decision expected to test the Trump administration's approach to tobacco regulation, U.S. health advisers will vote this week on whether to allow Philip Morris International Inc to sell its novel iQOS tobacco device and claim it is less harmful than cigarettes. It is designed to heat tobacco but not burn it. Most of the harmful chemicals in tobacco are released when tobacco is burned.
  • Anxiety for U.S. federal workers facing government shutdown furloughs
    Anxiety for U.S. federal workers facing government shutdown furloughsThousands of federal workers faced anxiety about the status of their jobs and paychecks after U.S. Senate leaders failed to reach agreement to end a federal government shutdown before the work week begins on Monday. Funding for federal agencies ran out at midnight on Friday and was not renewed amid a dispute between U.S. President Donald Trump and Democrats over immigration. Late on Sunday, the Senate scheduled a vote on a stopgap spending measure for noon on Monday (1700 GMT), ensuring the federal government would stay shut in the morning and leaving workers uncertain how long it would last.
  • U.S. government workers awake to shutdown, Senate vote looms
    U.S. government workers awake to shutdown, Senate vote loomsBy Amanda Becker and Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of federal workers will wake up on Monday with the U.S...
  • Factbox: Effect on commodities markets due to U.S. government shutdown
    Factbox: Effect on commodities markets due to U.S. government shutdownDuring shutdowns, non-essential government employees are furloughed, or placed on temporary unpaid leave...
  • Government still shut down on Monday as Senate fails to clinch deal
    Government still shut down on Monday as Senate fails to clinch dealA U.S. government shutdown will enter its third day on Monday as Senate negotiators failed to reach agreement late on Sunday to restore federal spending authority and deal with demands from Democrats that young "Dreamers" be protected from deportation. The Senate set a vote for 12 p.m. (1700 GMT) on Monday on advancing a measure to provide temporary government funding through Feb. 8, end the shutdown and allow hundreds of thousands of federal employees to return to work. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell offered an olive branch to Democrats late on Sunday, pledging on the Senate floor to bring immigration legislation up for debate in February if the issue is still unresolved by then.
  • Statue of Liberty to reopen; shutdown keeps other parks, monuments closed
    Statue of Liberty to reopen; shutdown keeps other parks, monuments closedBy Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Statue of Liberty will reopen on Monday even if the U.S. government shutdown extends into the work week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday, vowing to use state funds to keep the landmark monument in operation. Dozens of other national parks and monuments were expected to remain partially or entirely closed after Congress failed to agree on a spending plan to keep the government running past a Friday midnight deadline. "Not all parks are fully open but we are all working hard to make as many areas as accessible to the public as possible," U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said on Twitter on Saturday.
  • Factbox: Impact of the U.S. government shutdown
    Factbox: Impact of the U.S. government shutdown(Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers struggled on Sunday to reach a breakthrough during the second day of a government shutdown. If Republicans and Democrats are unable to resolve their differences, federal agencies could remain partially closed when the work week begins on Monday. During shutdowns, non-essential government employees are furloughed, or placed on temporary unpaid leave.
  • Senator Durbin: Leadership discussing path to immigration vote
    Senator Durbin: Leadership discussing path to immigration voteWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic Senator Dick Durbin said on Sunday that Senate leaders were discussing a "path" to a vote to provide legal protection for so-called Dreamers, young people who illegally immigrated to the United States as children...
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