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US shutdown: Senate bill on verge of collapse amid rancour
President Trump holds last-ditch talks with the Democratic Senate leader at the White House.
Trump travel ban: Supreme Court to rule on legality
The court is due to hear arguments in April and will decide if the ban is legal by the end of June.
Las Vegas shooting: Police say gunman's girlfriend won't face charges
Police say they still do not know the motive for October's mass shooting that caused 58 deaths.
Pope sends gift to woman thrown from horse
The police woman, whose horse was startled during Pope Francis' visit to Chile, is recovering in hospital.
Pope Francis warns of threat to Amazon peoples on Peru visit
Tribal elders call on him to help protect them, saying they are being driven from their lands.
Workers cleared over Canada rail disaster
Forty-seven people were killed in one of the worst rail disasters in Canadian history.
Larry Nassar case: Olympic champ Jordyn Wieber reveals abuse
Jordyn Wieber and teammate Aly Raisman tell the child abuser: "The tables have turned, Larry."
Trump vows abortion opposition in speech to March for Life
Mr Trump, who previously supported abortion access, says the laws are "wrong" and should "change".
Colombia says 550,000 Venezuelans have fled to the country
The influx is putting pressure on Colombia's government to provide food, housing and medical care.
Chicago West: Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West name daughter
The reality TV star says she felt an instant connection with Chicago, who was delivered by surrogate.