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    The family minivan had a faulty engine and barely any gas. Her internet connection had been Erica Werner, Damian Paletta and Sean Sullivan Key lawmakers said late Monday that they had reached a tentative agreement over immigration rules and funding for border barriers, a deal that if signed by President Donald Trump would avert another government shutdown set to start at week's end. Ralph Northam and Lt. Eli Saslow The federal government had finally called her back to work after 35 days, but now Vicki Ibarra wondered how she could afford to get there.

    Amy Klobuchar joins Democratic field of presidential candidates. The Massachusetts senator also urged fellow candidates to avoid letting Trump define the contours of Paradise fire killed the most vulnerable residents Laura Newberry Dorothy Mack had crippling back pain and deteriorating eyesight. Helen Pace used a walker and could barely hear. Although each woman had a different frailty, their final circumstances were strikingly similar: They were all seniors on fixed The development comes as President Donald Trump She's running for president Democratic Sen.

    Elizabeth Warren made her bid for the presidency official on Saturday in this working-class city, grounding her campaign in a populist call to fight economic inequality and build "an America that works for everyone. Ralph Northam and Lt. Justin Fairfax slows The clamor for the resignation of Virginia's top two politicians seemed to die down Monday, with some black community leaders offering forgiveness.

    By Alan Suderman and Ben Finley. President Trump signs executive order launching artificial intelligence initiative President Donald Trump has signed an executive order directing federal agencies to prioritize research and development in artificial intelligence. By By Sinikka Tarvainen. Florida could ban release of recordings after mass shootings A Florida bill that would prohibit government agencies from releasing photos, video or audio that record mass killings is moving through the Senate.

    Lawmakers have deal to avert shutdown, they say. Google comes to Hartford, teaching businesses how to broaden their online presence. East Hartford man pleads guilty to sex trafficking of year-old girl. No one injured when single-engine plane registered to Plainville man crashes on icy New Hampshire runway.

    Most Read On Courant. Snow and ice are coming Tuesday. Here is what to expect from the winter storm. Lamont suggests expanding sales tax to digital products, services while holding line on spending, tax rates.

    By By Angela Ruggiero. Mystery aid shipment arrives in Venezuela's capital, opposition leader says Self-proclaimed interim President Juan Guaido announced Monday that a shipment of nutritional supplements had arrived but did not say where it came from.

    By By Andrew Sheeler. By By Chris Cioffi. By By Jim Guy. Michael Cohen postpones testimony before Senate Intelligence Committee Michael Cohen will not testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee, marking another delay in lawmakers' bid to question Donald Trump's former lawyer.

    Islamic State fighters are pinned down in their last Syria stronghold, but they're fighting back Islamic State group militants cornered in their last foothold in eastern Syria fought back with suicide car bombs, snipers and booby traps Monday. By Bassem Mroue and Zeina Karam.

    Judge recuses himself from case of St. Louis police officer accused of killing colleague ST. By By Robert Patrick.

    Millions of Americans could be surprised as their tax refunds shrink Millions of Americans filling out their taxes will probably be surprised to learn that their refunds will be less than expected or that they owe money to the Internal Revenue Service after years of receiving refunds.

    Lawmakers seek to regulate faith-based crisis pregnancy centers. Op-Eds What did the president know, and when did he know it? Why Paul Manafort hasn't faced the music. Trump is The Grinch.

    Connecticut Lawmakers have deal to avert shutdown, they say. Filling The Primary Care Gap: High School Tuesday's Schedule 3h. Dachshunds could break out of Westminster doghouse. Late Knicks rally falls short in 17th straight loss. Any way you spell it, Yankees counting on Zack Britton. Mickelson finishes off a 5th win at Pebble Beach. Connecticut East Hartford man pleads guilty to sex trafficking of year-old girl.

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