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Trump proposal panned as workers face another lost paycheck

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans pressed ahead Tuesday with a plan to reopen the government and finance President Donald Trump's long-stalled wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, but Democrats said the legislation offers inadequate protections for "Dreamer" immigrants and Trump should reopen the government before negotiations can start.Convening the Senate, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said his 1,300-page catchall spending measure — including $5.7 billion to fund Trump's wall — "would break through this stalemate and would reopen government swiftly and deliver on a number of other policy priorities.

Angry Saints fans file lawsuits, put up billboards

Angry Saints fans have been reacting to the missed call in the NFC title game in various ways -- from lawsuits and petitions to billboards in Atlanta and boycotts throughout New Orleans.

Journalist fired after wishing death on Covington Catholic HS students, parents: report

A freelance Vulture journalist was fired from his main job at digital company INE Entertainment after wishing death for multiple Covington Catholic High School students and their parents in the wake of controversy over the incident between students and Native American activists, a report said.Erik Abriss, a post-production supervisor at INE Entertainment, was fired after his tweets about the controversy involving teenage students went viral.

Tentative deal reached to end Los Angeles teachers strike

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A tentative deal was reached Tuesday between Los Angeles school officials and the teachers union that will allow educators to return to classrooms after a six-day strike against the nation's second-largest district, officials said.Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, accompanied by leaders United Teachers Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Unified School District, announced the agreement at City Hall a few hours after a 21-hour bargaining session ended before dawn."I'm proud to announce that pending approval by the teachers represented by UTA and educational professional and this Board of Education we have an agreement that will allow our teachers to go back to work on the campuses tomorrow," Garcetti said.Union President Alex Caputo-Pearl said teachers would vote Tuesday and he expected approval.The agreement was broadly described by officials at the press conference and details were promised to be released later."I'm delighted we've reached an agreement with UTLA that provides teachers with a well-deserved salary increase, that will reduce class size, and add more support to our students and educators in schools including librarians, nurses and counselors," said district Superintendent Austin Beutner.Talks resumed Thursday at Garcetti's urging.

High court lets military implement transgender restrictions

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration can go ahead with its plan to restrict military service by transgender men and women while court challenges continue, the Supreme Court said Tuesday.The high court split 5-4 in allowing the plan to take effect, with the court's five conservatives greenlighting it and its four liberal members saying they would not have.