Vermont impact from shutdown

Despite the ongoing shutdown, it was a normal day for many federal operations in Vermont.

Women's marches, supporting equality, took place across the country this weekend. A huge crowd in Montpelier included teenagers who were also rallying for the future.

New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik does not want to get paid until the shutdown is over. In a statement, the republican wrote:

A juvenile is being held at a Detention Center without bail following an armed robbery attempt.

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Windsor, West Windsor school merger approved by state board

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Comedian Jay Pharoah visits the Queen City

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Special send-off for Olympic-bound athlete

More than 1,000 at Women's March to New Hampshire capitol

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Vt. Air National Guard says F-35 preparations underway, vote or not

Not guilty verdict reached in Quebec train disaster trial

NY man pleads guilty to strangling grandmother, 95

North Country lawmaker wants stiffer penalties within NY prisons

Swanton police on lookout for looters in wake of flooding

Organization will no longer send refugees to Rutland

Scott releases 'menu' of education savings options for lawmakers

Trump summons Schumer to White House hours ahead of shutdown deadline

Guard leaders: Shutdown would have 'significant impact' on Vt.

Sununu: Time to put politics aside and avoid shutdown

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