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Some students still feel shutdown pain

Casey Monahan was very excited to start studying at Florida International University this month. The 21-year-old, who had just earned an associate's degree at her local community college, signed up for four classes in her quest to earn a bachelor's degree in psychology.

House to vote on bills to fund parts of agencies, departments

The House passed a financial services spending bill on Wednesday, the first of four appropriations bills the House will vote on this week in an attempt to reopen shuttered parts of government, despite the fact that the measures are not expected to go anywhere in the Senate and face a White House veto threat.

Judge rejects request to release Trump's tax returns

A federal appellate court has rejected a non-profit organization's attempt to obtain President Donald Trump's tax records from the Internal Revenue Service by filing a Freedom of Information Act request.

Asia's meth boom

From the jungles of Myanmar to the streets of Hong Kong, police throughout Asia are fighting a war against methamphetamine.