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Fleet of campus robots deliver students' pizza and coffee

Ordering food just got a lot easier at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Starting Tuesday, 40,000 students, faculty and staff can order food...

Trump pushes immigration proposal as shutdown fight intensifies

Partisan plans unlikely to end shutdown President Trump is still pushing his proposal to fund a border wall in exchange for temporary protection for immigrants...

Pelosi tells Trump she won't let him deliver State of the Union

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi informed President Trump in a letter Wednesday she will not permit him to deliver the State of the...

Boy wins peanut butter, shares it with furloughed workers

Fifteen-year-old Evan "Bean" McKay loves peanut butter so much, he eats PB&J on an English muffin for all three meals every single day. So...

Migrant children in U.S. are being held in unlicensed shelters, lawyers say

Some facilities holding unaccompanied migrant children are operating illegally without licenses and committing several other violations, according to a team of lawyers who oversee...

Gunman fires shots in bank, surrenders to police

A gunman surrendered to police at a Florida bank Wednesday, police said. The police department in Sebring, Florida, said on its Facebook page that...

NYPD stresses work with overseas partners in terror fight

New York Police Commissioner James O'Neill speaks at New York City Police Foundation's "State of the NYPD" breakfast, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019, in New...

Trump meets on drug pricing as shutdown drags on

President Trump is holding a meeting on fair and transparent pricing in the American health care system. Meanwhile, the government shutdown is on day...

Fewer Sweethearts for sweethearts this Valentine's Day

"Be Mine." "Say Yes." "Marry Me." Couples may need another way to express their feelings this Valentine's Day after the company behind Sweethearts "conversation...

Federal jobs aren't the middle-class ticket they used to be

In Washington, D.C., so many furloughed federal workers have sold clothing to make a few bucks that one thrift store was overwhelmed by donations. An...

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