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Mon, Jan 22, 2018 -- 3:00am

Recently on Morning Edition:

Jan 19, 2018
White House: 'We Don't Want A Shutdown'

The White House hosts a press conference Friday morning regarding a possible government shutdown. The Senate has not yet acted on a House-passed, short-term continuing resolution.

Jan 19, 2018
Clock Ticks Down Toward A Midnight Government Shutdown

Rachel Martin talks to Marc Short, White House director of legislative affairs, about the chances of a government shutdown Friday night. NPR's Susan Davis weighs in on the conversation.

Jan 19, 2018
Prosecutor Releases New Details In Case Involving 'Shackled' Siblings

Days after Louise and David Turpin's 13 children were found malnourished and some shackled to furniture, the California couple have been charged with torture, child abuse and false imprisonment.

Jan 19, 2018
DREAMers Caught Up In Efforts To Keep The Government Open

Steve Inskeep asks Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland if he's willing to let the government shut down to secure promises on immigration overhaul. NPR's Susan Davis weighs in on the topic.

Jan 19, 2018
Elvis Collector Auctions Dixie Cup Allegedly Used By The King

The crumpled blue-and-white Dixie cup was snagged by a fan in 1956, after Elvis Presley performed at the Tulsa Fairgrounds Pavilion. The auction closes Sunday. Bids already have surpassed $1,200.

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