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President Biden on Friday signed legislation to avoid a partial government shutdown, but Congress still has a long to-do list before the end of the year. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Gov't Mule goes back to their genre's roots to release first blues album

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'White Hot Hate' details foiled attack by white supremacists on immigrants in Kansas

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Expert says prices at the pump should go down in the next few weeks

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Looking for a unique holiday movie? 'The Humans' is a dark, psychological drama

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New COVID-19 variant omicron concerns health experts

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., speaks during a Friday news conference with other Democratic leaders after House passage of the Build Back Better Act. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The House passes a $2 trillion spending bill, but braces for changes in the Senate

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Democrats launch a nationwide drive to sell the public on President Biden's plans

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How the House passed the $1 trillion infrastructure plan

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House Democrats are hoping to pass spending package and infrastructure bill

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Disappointing election results may have lit a fire under Democrats

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What happened in last night's elections — and what it means for Democrats

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What is and isn't in Biden's infrastructure framework — and where it goes from here

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