Congress adjourned for the weekend without any movement toward a negotiated resolution to the partial government shutdown, which is now guaranteed to become the longest in history, surpassing the 21-day closure that started in December 1995.
Concerning the allocation of blame, 53 percent say Trump and the Republicans are mainly at fault, and 29 percent blame the Democrats in Congress.
Despite Trump's go-slow message, momentum grew in some corners for some sort of emergency declaration.
But there was another election, in November, and the effect of that is that Democrats now control the House and they refuse to give Trump money for a wall. That is identical to the end of the 16-day shutdown in 2013, when 29 percent blamed then-President Barack Obama and 53 percent put the responsibility on congressional Republicans.
"It will only take another two weeks to cost the United States economy more than the $5.7 billion that the White House requested", Ann Bovino, S&P's chief USA economist, said in a note on Friday as cited by media.
Opponents say that a unilateral move by the president over the sensitive border issue would be constitutional overreach and set a unsafe precedent in similar controversies.
"I think it is analogous to the governments you see all over the world declaring martial law, justifying whatever they want to do to whomever they want to, whenever they want to", Hoyer said this past Tuesday when asked about the concept. The courts did not allow President Harry Truman to nationalize the US steel industry during the Korean War.
In the Erie area, the bureau of Labor Statistics says 1,600 federal employees are affected.
Before lawmakers left Washington on Friday, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., attempted to make a similar point as Trump did Saturday about the 2016 election in a floor exchange with Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md.
"I think its a bad precedent and it contravenes the power of the purse that comes from the elected representatives of the people", Iowa Sen.
But what cuts to the core of the concern on Capitol Hill is the executive branch wading into legislative domain to shift money Congress has already approved to the wall. By Friday, lawmakers said they were being told those projects will not be touched and the White House was now looking for other funds to pay for the border wall.
"No one knows what he will do, and the president has not decided yet, so it keeps everyone guessing", explained one Republican close to the White House.
Nevertheless the administration has accelerated planning for it. Officials explored diverting money from a range of accounts, including $13.9 billion given to the Army Corps of Engineers after last year's deadly hurricanes and floods.
Republican Richard Shelby of Alabama, the chairman of the Appropriations Committee, acknowledged the dilemma, especially as the shutdown continues with no end in sight.
A couple of minutes later, First Lady Melania Trump tweeted out serene photos of the snow-covered lawn. "I have the absolute right", he insisted.
McCaw played just three games in Cleveland after signing a nonguaranteed two-year, $6 million deal with the Cavaliers. McCaw plans to sign a one-year deal for the veteran's minimum of $786,000, according to The Athletic .
Journalists, public figures, and more have taken to Twitter to call for real-time fact checking, as well as other precautions. Fox News Channel with 8.044 million viewers and CBS with 8.043 million were in a virtual dead heat as the top destination.
One name that could return is special teams coordinator Amos Jones, who spent time with Kitchens in Arizona on the Cardinals. Not bad for a guy who had never been an offensive coordinator at any level of football before he took over for Haley.
The court had admitted the case and fixed 8 January to hear the case in the Sub Divisional Judicial Magistrate court. Banerjee said the Anupam Kher-starrer distorted facts and remarked that "All are accidental prime ministers".
Currently, two women who were subjects in the documentary, Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, are said to still be living with R. The Savages, who live in Stockbridge, just south of Atlanta, appeared in Lifetime's " Surviving R.
He only played in 15 games after being forced to sit their must-win season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals . Despite his excellent play, oddsmakers don't anticipate Brown being back in Pittsburgh next season.
Seven months after Trump shook hands with Kim, the US and North Korea continue to argue over what the leaders agreed to do. Xi then threw a lavish banquet for Kim to celebrate his birthday, but state-run CCTV made no mention of Kim's visit.
According to Bronstein, the next billion devices will come in emerging markets, more specifically on feature phones. As of Tuesday, the Google Assistant started rolling out in Google Maps for Android and iOS to help users navigate.
More than 150 customers without power due to storm
Springfield's State Journal-Register reports the state capital broke a 55-year record for daily snowfall on Saturday. Forecasters said heavy snow could fall in mountain areas, such as Charlottesville and Staunton, Virginia.
New software cracking down on Netflix accounting sharing
It was revealed by Synamedia at the event that nearly 26 percent of millennials share their Netflix account with others. Software maker Synamedia said that the artificial intelligence system looks for potentially fraudulent activity.