Monday on the NewsHour, the historically long government shutdown is over, but President Trump says he will close federal agencies again if he and Congress can’t agree on border security funding. Plus: Democratic strategy for negotiations, progress toward peace in Afghanistan, an outbreak of measles, the story of an asylum seeker, Politics Monday and a brief but spectacular take on female power.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
What’s next for border security negotiations
News Wrap: Chinese tech giant Huawei faces U.S. charges
Rep says border security may cost more than $5.7 billion
Why US, Taliban peace talks lack a long-term vision
Measles outbreak, low immunization cause concern in Wash.
For thousands of U.S. asylum seekers, a ‘life in limbo’
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on shutdown fallout, 2020 races
Cindi Leive’s brief but spectacular take on female power