Cracks have begun to appear in President Donald Trump's steely armor, as he lashed out at reports that suggested he worked with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump denied the allegations after a Washington Post report detailed an FBI investigation into Trump's alleged dealings with Russia.

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TSA Agents

Transportation Security Agency officers are quitting their jobs as the partial government shutdown continues into the third week. President Donald Trump ordered a partial gov't shutdown on Dec. 22 after Democratic lawmakers refused to approve $5.7 billion in border wall funding.

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    President Obama looks out White House window

    The outlook is positive as the government shutdown enters its 16th day.

    The Senate has reached a deal to end the 16-day government shutdown and avert a U.S. Debt disaster that threatens to cripple the American economy.

    Politico.com reports Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are close to announcing an agreement to open the U.S. government and put furloughed gov't employees back to work.

    The furloughed employees includes IRS agents and Michelle's Obama's gardeners.

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    shooting in Washington

    A lockdown of the U.S. Capitol was lifted after gunshots were fired near the White House in Washington, D.C. today.

    Shooting erupted following a car chase that began with a car ramming a barricade near the White House on Thursday, USA Today reports.

    The female driver led Capitol police on a brief car chase that ended with an exchange of gunfire. One officer was reported injured in a related car accident.

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    House GOPs await Senate

    GOP Majority Leader Eric Cantor posted this photo on his Twitter.com account today. The photo shows House GOP members sitting across the table from a row of empty seats patiently awaiting Senate members. "In divided government, the only way forward is to sit down at the table. The House awaits the Senate..." Cantor tweeted. The majority Democratic Senate members refused to show up for a conference to continue talks that could end the government shutdown.

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