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The investigation is over. Robert Mueller says no collusion. Attorney General William Barr says no obstruction. Democrats, though, want to see the proof.

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Since the beginning of his administration, President Trump has been resolute when it comes to one particular phrase - no collusion. It was special counsel Robert Mueller's job in part to find that out.

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If you're a wealthy family, you certainly enjoy some advantages when you're sending your kids to college.

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How are different countries making such different decisions about the Boeing 737 Max 8?

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So David, how was your flight over the weekend?

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It was good. I came back from Washington to Los Angeles last night - coast to coast - although, you know, it wasn't lost on me that it was a Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.

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Rescue crews in Alabama are searching for survivors - this after the deadliest tornado in the U.S. since 2013.

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Well, the president and vice president are both on the road this week.

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President Trump is starting his 2020 campaign with a push to change the president in a different country.

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There's this one scene in The Hangover. A man jumps out of the trunk of a car — completely naked — and attacks Bradley Cooper with a crowbar.

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SAWYER GARRITY: (As Wendla, singing) Mama who bore me, Mama who gave me no way to...

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For one Native American tribe whose land straddles the U.S.-Mexico border, President Trump's proposed border wall would, literally, divide its people.

The Tohono O'odham Nation stretches through the desert from just south of Casa Grande in southern Arizona to the U.S. border — and then beyond, into the Mexican state of Sonora. This means that if Trump gets his $5.7 billion border wall, it would cut right through the tribe's land.

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So the Senate is expected to vote on a bill this week to fund the government.

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Fund the wall, and DACA recipients will get three more years of protection.

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You might sum up President Trump's message yesterday like this. You mess with my State of the Union address, I'll mess with your trip to Afghanistan.

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President Trump famously said he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose any voters.

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It is very rare in Britain for the ruling party to lose a vote in Parliament. It is unprecedented for a government to lose the way Prime Minister Theresa May did yesterday.

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So there is new reporting suggesting that the FBI was concerned about President Trump's possible ties to Russia going back to early 2016.

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It's supposed to be payday for some 800,000 federal workers. But the partial government shutdown means that is not going to happen today.

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Today, President Trump is heading to McAllen, Texas. This is a city right along the border with Mexico.

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Baghdad today. He is touring the Middle East to reassure allies amid shifting U.S. declarations of its plans for Syria. NPR's Jane Arraf joins us from Baghdad. Hi there, Jane.

JANE ARRAF, BYLINE: Hi, Steve.

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What, if anything, changed after President Trump and Democrats made their case on a border wall?

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Republican leaders announced yesterday that there will not be any votes in the House of Representatives this week.

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President Trump made his first trip to an active combat zone yesterday. That's nearly two years into his presidency.

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An 8-year-old boy from Guatemala died in U.S. immigration custody yesterday.

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President Trump usually takes a lot of pride in the stock market.

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PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: The stock market has hit record numbers.

The stock market is hitting one all-time record after another.

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The federal government remains partially shut down this morning. A quarter of the government - that's about 800,000 federal workers - have been impacted by this.

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