Lawmakers' talks on border security issues to avert another U.S. government shutdown have broken down over immigration detention policies, Republican Sen. Richard Shelby told "Fox News Sunday."
Sen. Amy Klobuchar joined a growing field of Democrats in the race to take on President Donald Trump next year. The Minnesota politician's priorities include affordable health care, online consumer protection and election security. (CNBC)
* Elizabeth Warren formally launches her 2020 presidential bid (CNBC)
China struck an upbeat note today as trade talks resumed with U.S. But Beijing also expressed anger at a U.S. Navy mission through the disputed South China Sea, casting a shadow over the prospect for improved ties. (Reuters)
* Advisers float Mar-a-lago summit as Trump plots next moves with Xi (Axios)
* Mexico's former president drops F-bomb in describing Trump's approach to the world (CNBC)
The first U.S. tax filing season under the overhaul that Trump signed into law at the end of 2017 got off to a slow start in the first week. The average refund was 8.4 percent smaller than the average refund in the period last year. (Reuters)
A company owned by Keith Schiller, Trump's former longtime bodyguard, has received $225,000 from the RNC for security consulting since he left his White House job in September 2017. (CNBC)
Federal prosecutors are reviewing the National Enquirer's handling of a story involving Jeff Bezos' affair, a source told NBC News. Prosecutors are seeking to determine whether the tabloid violated an earlier immunity agreement.
Tesla (TSLA) has cut 150 of 230 workers at a Las Vegas facility that delivers vehicles to North American customers, according to Reuters. Worker quoted in the report say it's a sign that the company expects the pace of deliveries to slow.
Fitbit (FIT) has recently introduced a new activity and sleep tracker. But unlike it's previous devices, this one is only available if your health insurance plan or employer is signed up with Fitbit. (CNBC)
Swedish furniture giant Ikea has apologized for leaving New Zealand off a world map that was being sold at one of its Washington D.C. outlets, the BBC reported.