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In Colorado, snow and icy roads shut down schools in some Denver suburbs and military installations. Blowing snow shut down highways Tuesday on Colorado's Eastern Plains, stranding truckers and other travelers at the edge of the Denver area.
Chef and restaurateur Jose Andres gave a tour Tuesday of his relief kitchen to feed furloughed federal workers to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other members of Congress, and said the shutdown is causing "true food humanitarian emergency."
University of Oklahoma students are demanding action from campus administrators after video of a now-former student wearing blackface and using a racial epithet got attention online.
Here's the latest for Tuesday January 22: China demands US drop Huawei extradition request; McConnell says Dems should get behind bill; Supreme Court allows military transgender ban; Octogenarian “Octopus Whisperer" interacts with a 40 pound octopus.
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 association that represents the nation's FBI agents is warning of financial hardships and plummeting morale in the face of the federal government's partial shutdown that has lasted more than 30 days.
Students and teachers from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school in Florida, where 17 died during a shooting on Valentine's Day last year have written a raw, poignant book about living through the tragedy.
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.
Firefighters in Olathe, Kansas rescued a deer that fell through ice and was stuck in five feet of water. After being dragged to shore, the deer ran off, apparently uninjured.
A former US Marine, being held in Moscow on suspicion of spying, appeared in court on Tuesday to hear the appeal of his arrest. It was Paul Whelan's first public appearance since his arrest at the end of December.
Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo declared a state of emergency for Newport County, because natural gas problem forced a utility to shut down service and leave roughly 7,100 homes and businesses with no heat during extremely frigid weather.
Here's the latest for Tuesday January 22nd: Senate Republicans introduce plan to reopen government; Dozens killed in attack on Afghan military base; Plane crash in Ohio kills 2; Man shot dead in Illinois mall.
Authorities say two people are dead after a small plane crashed shortly after takeoff from a privately owned airfield in rural northeastern Ohio. The plane hit the ground close to a house, 50 miles south of Cleveland.
Octogenarian Wilson Menashi, a.k.a. "The Octopus Whisperer" has spent the last 25 years volunteering at the New England Aquarium in Boston. Menashi spends his days interacting with Freya, a 40 pound octopus with tentacles that span 14 feet.
Authorities say a man was shot and killed at a suburban Chicago mall. The suspect remains at large. Orland Park police say the 19-year-old was shot in the center of Orland Square Mall and ran away before collapsing. He later died at a hospital.
Highlights of Today in History: U.S. Supreme Court legalizes abortion; Theodore Kaczynski pleads guilty; Queen Victoria dies; "The Crucible" opens;"Laugh-In" premieres.