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Britain could be paying into EU coffers until 2064
The agency that compiles forecasts for Britain's government says the country is set to pay into the European Union's coffers for another 50-odd years
Despite suspension, Greece struggling to tame soccer bosses
Some say the legendary exploits of Alexander the Great are needed to cure Greek soccer of its violence and disorder, while others are hoping for a Herculean effort to fix the problem
Retired Marine fighter pilot trying to flip Kentucky's 6th District
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Jimmy Kimmel speaks out on bringing politics to the Oscars
Most of the candles going to be talking about a lot of stuff this morning and we all want to know what that maybe Paula save us and say yeah. Are popping your doctor about his save us. I won't save you guys Jimmy Kimmel he's got his work cut out her I don't think anybody at the tougher job tonight
Shutdown over: What it means now
The second federal government shutdown in just three weeks was not a pretty or pleasant affair for those in the nation's capital, even if probably few Americans outside Washington noticed or felt any impact. But after a roughly five-hour lapse in government funding early Friday morning, Congress
White House won't commit to Trump signing budget deal
Democrat and Republican Senate leaders praised their bipartisan agreement, but will Trump sign it?
Senate on verge of major spending deal ahead of possible government shutdown
The Senate is on the verge of a bipartisan deal to end the gridlock over the government's operations, as Congress faces a deadline Thursday that could produce the second shutdown of the year. The House passed a measure Tuesday evening to fund the government until March 23, while also providing a
January 22, 2018: Ana Navarro joins as a guest co-host for a day of hot topics
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Who's to blame for the government shutdown ?
"The View" co-hosts discuss who's really responsible for the government shutdown.
Democratic Whip: 'We can resolve this (shutdown ) quickly' if Trump and leaders sit down
Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois discusses the latest on the government shutdown and efforts to secure a deal to protect so-called "Dreamers."