The U.S. Capitol is seen as lawmakers worked to avert a government shutdown Friday in Washington, D.C.
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January 20, 2018

Government Shuts Down As Congress Fails To Pass Funding Measure

The federal government may be in a partial shutdown, but the gears of a political blame game kept rolling Saturday morning. President Trump was tweeting at dawn, blaming Democrats for the lapse in government funding as the Senate failed to advance a four-week extension overnight.


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January 19, 2018

Women’s March Revisited; Rep. John Shimkus; Google Art Selfies; NFL And NBA Update

On The 21st: Women from all over the state tell us why they marched last year - and why they're marching again. Then, Republican Congressman John Shimkus joins us to talk about a possible government shutdown. Plus, why the now-famous Google art selfies are mostly unavailable to Illinois, and we get a football and basketball update from WBEZ's Cheryl Raye Stout. 


REO Speedwagon
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January 19, 2018

UPDATE: REO Speedwagon Champaign Concert Rescheduled For Nov. 10th

Rock band REO Speedwagon has set November 10th as the new date for its Champaign concert — one of several January and February dates the band postponed for singer Kevin Cronin's treatment for what he describes as a non-life-threatening condition.


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January 18, 2018

Lawsuit Claims Illinois Children Denied Medically Necessary Services

A lawsuit against Illinois’ Department of Healthcare and Family Services claims the state illegally withholds medically necessary services from children with severe mental health disorders. The suit's lead attorney says some parents desperate to get their children help have surrendered them to the foster care system. The case was settled in federal court this week.


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January 18, 2018

A Bad Flu Season; Rep. Cheri Bustos; Political Newcomer Marie Newman; Renting From The Field Museum

On The 21st: We check in with Representative Cheri Bustos about the possibility of a government shutdown, and learn why two powerful House Democrats endorsed someone who has never run for office before in the Chicago suburbs. Plus, did you know you could rent fossils and other artifacts from the Field Museum? But first, why this year's flu season is especially bad - and how you can cope with it.


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