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The White House threw its support behind a Republican proposal to avert a government shutdown at week's end with a one-month extension in funding.
Democrats insisting the government funding bill include protections for "dreamers" is not a good way to govern, Rep. Jeb Hensarling says.
The New York Times, CNN and others were named "winners" of President Trump's "Fake News Awards."
Sanders said the White House seeks two-year spending legislation but would prefer a stopgap measure to a government shutdown.
Trump said he gets more exercise than people think, but he was open to changing his diet, starting with smaller portion meal sizes.
A government shutdown could impact the White House's 2019 defense budget plan and President Trump's planned military buildup, say experts.
President Donald Trump said Russia is helping North Korea get supplies in violation of international sanctions.
"I'm looking for something that President Trump supports. And he's not yet indicated what measure he's willing to sign," McConnell said.
Asked if the White House was afraid of what Bannon might say, Sanders replied, "not that I'm aware of."
The exchange came during a marathon interview with the House Intelligence Committee
Parts of the government will shut down if Congress cannot pass a spending bill by the end of Friday.
President Trump on Wednesday criticized a proposed bipartisan deal as "horrible" on border security and weak on immigration reform.
"2018 must be the year in which the truth takes a stand against power," the Arizona Republican said.
The Arizona senator made a similar speech in October, shortly after announcing he would not seek re-election.
Facebook, Google and Twitter say they're creating more anti-terror propaganda to combat violent messages at their source.
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