Here's what you missed this weekend: The US government shutdown became the longest on record and the president tweeted his fury at being called a Russian agent
Monday, 14 January 2019 () · The biggest news this weekend was about the now record-breaking partial government shutdown and its expanding fallout.
· *PresidentDonald Trump was particularly active on Twitter over the weekend after learning the FBI had investigated him as a possible Russian agent.*
· *The president *also reportedly hid records of his...
The government shutdown just became the longest on record.
Business Insider reports the shut down is now entering its 24th day.
Past government shutdowns have not typically had a meaningful impact on the stock market or economic growth.
But a partial shutdown dragging on could delay trade talks...
A recent Reuters poll of economists showed that U.S. economic growth will take a hit this quarter from the longest-ever government shutdown, keeping the Federal Reserve on the sidelines until at least..
President Donald Trump said he would respond in a timely manner to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi who said in a letter she would not sign off on a State of the Union speech in the House chamber until..
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday informed President Donald Trump that he will not be allowed to deliver an annual State of the Union address in the House chamber until a..
Nancy Pelosi told President Trump that he may not deliver a State of the Union speech in the House of Representatives until the government shutdown ends.
Reuters reports the Speaker of the House said..
Amid the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, Trump honors Nancy Pelosi's request to deliver the address when the federal government reopens Haaretz - Middle EastAlso reported by •Seattle Times •Mondaq •Reuters
As federal workers continue to go without pay in the nation's longest government shutdown on record, congressional staffers predict it will take nationwide panic... MailOnline - Front PageAlso reported by •Eurasia Review