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A woman reacts  at the Chiromo mortuary, where are kept the bodies of the victims of an Islamist attack two days prior at the DusitD2 luxury hotel complex, in Nairobi,  on January 17.

A woman reacts at the Chiromo mortuary, where are kept the bodies of the victims of an Islamist attack two days prior at the DusitD2 luxury hotel complex, in Nairobi, on January 17.

Friday, Jan 18 11 a.m. (ET)

Friday News Roundup – International

Brexit chaos, an alleged $100 million bribe and pizza from Canada.

A US Coast Guard vessel patrols New York Harbor waters off Battery Park on January 5, 2019, in New York, as the US government shutdown enters its third week. - While most of the US military is unaffected, about 42,000 Coast Guard members are working without pay. That branch falls under the Department of Homeland Security, not the Pentagon.

A US Coast Guard vessel patrols New York Harbor waters off Battery Park on January 5, 2019, in New York, as the US government shutdown enters its third week. - While most of the US military is unaffected, about 42,000 Coast Guard members are working without pay. That branch falls under the Department of Homeland Security, not the Pentagon.

Friday, Jan 18 10 a.m. (ET)

Friday News Roundup – Domestic

When it comes to the shutdown, Cardi B wants the world to know she doesn’t like it like that.

Rick Walker, a member of a group of supporters of US President Barack Obama that call themselves "The Other 95 Percent," argues with Jim Holderness (L) as he holds his 3-year-old son Evan, during a counter rally to the Tea Party's rally on the National Mall in 2010.

Rick Walker, a member of a group of supporters of US President Barack Obama that call themselves "The Other 95 Percent," argues with Jim Holderness (L) as he holds his 3-year-old son Evan, during a counter rally to the Tea Party's rally on the National Mall in 2010.

Thursday, Jan 17 11 a.m. (ET)

America To A Fault

Two historians on the decline of “somewhat forced consensus” in the United States.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump shake hands before a meeting in Helsinki, on July 16, 2018.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump shake hands before a meeting in Helsinki, on July 16, 2018.

Thursday, Jan 17 10 a.m. (ET)

Catching Up With The Russia Investigation

Stories from The Washington Post and The New York Times shed new light on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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