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On Friday, Senator Graham answered questions on shutdown, Rep. King, and Senate Judiciary

Sixth District congressman Jim Clyburn is calling for an end to the partial shutdown, saying it's unfair to federal workers in the state.

The nine-term Iowa congressman was among those supporting the measure, which was approved, 416-1.

The expected crush of travelers to the world's busiest airport during a government shutdown brings an unanticipated challenge for the Super Bowl.

A faith based after school program in Lexington county.

Gresham police are investigating a crash involving a driver and two pedestrians.

Two cats are living large at a $1,500-a-month studio apartment their owner rents for them in Silicon Valley, where a housing shortage has sent rents skyrocketing.

The CBD oil at the store comes from industrial help and has zero THC

By taking certain steps, and continuing to exercise good cyber practices as every employee should, senior leaders can fulfill their responsibilities to ensure a strong cybersecurity posture for their organization.

In a letter to Gottlieb, the Senators Wyden and Merkley asked the FDA to update "outdated regulations" that prohibit food products containing CBD from being sold across state lines.

Most boats are fiberglass, and that's just garbage. Taking it to the dump could costs thousands. Private parties and moorages are deciding not to pay that, and just leaving them on the streets.

Jennifer Garnett keeps students engaged by relating historical facts to current pop culture and newsworthy events.

Customers come in with a number of problems including fibermyalgia, back pains all the way to stress, anxiety and depression.

Alicia Keys usually attends the Grammys, but this year she'll be there as a host.

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