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Hollywood will reconvene on Sunday to celebrate the best film and television and film performances of the year at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

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After his morning television shows had ended and as the deadline to fund the government loomed, President Donald Trump placed a call to the man in Washington he believed held all the cards: Sen. Chuck Schumer.

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President Donald Trump responded to the government shutdown by tweeting the morning after that the Republicans need to win more seats in 2018 elections.

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If Congress can't agree on a plan to fund the federal government before time runs out, a shutdown is expected to affect millions of Americans.

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"Star Wars" is officially closing one chapter in its universe, with the animated series "Star Wars Rebels" to conclude March 5, with a 90-minute series finale.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin took part in an Orthodox Christian ritual, immersing himself in freezing cold water.

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Two of four teens charged with murder pleaded guilty to several charges including involuntary manslaughter. Police say the boys threw a sandbag onto the interstate, killing a passenger.

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Kim Kardashian West and her husband Kanye West have welcomed a baby girl into their family.

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Police are investigating a new person of interest in relation to the Las Vegas massacre that killed 58 people and wounded more than 800. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

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Following a Golden Globes that made headlines with its Time's Up theme, the Screen Actors Guild is leaning into that discussion with its annual presentation Sunday. Yet with several more star-studded ceremonies to come, questions linger as to how well Hollywood's awards apparatus can juggle serving as a rallying point for that movement with its more prosaic, self-congratulatory business.

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Two-time Olympian Aly Raisman addresses team doctor Larry Nassar at his sentencing hearing in Lansing, Michigan.

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One year ago, I took a flight from Miami to Washington, hoping to arrive in time for the Women's March the next morning. Our flight attendant leaned over to me and asked, "Do you think it's going to make any difference, this march?" She wore a pin commemorating her 20 years of airline service, and I could hear the skepticism in her voice. I understood her uncertainty -- was the anger and passion shared by so many women across America in the wake of the 2016 presidential election enough to inspire real change?

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