Headlines edition

Saturday headlines: Dogs and cats living together…

The Republicans have become the first party in American history to control the White House and both houses of Congress and manage to shutter the government.

Here’s what’s open, what’s not. And here’s a handy list of Hill reporters to follow on Twitter for the latest developments.

This shutdown was (at least) 17 years in the making.

Washington bars prepare special shutdown prices and cocktails.

A big new media study finds that 60% of Republicans trust Fox News and basically no other source of information.

The NSA has long had the ability to identify (and track) individuals using the sound of their voice.

Trump has spent one-third of his presidency—120 days—at Trump-branded properties.

In immigration news, a Dutch animal-rights activist is denied a Swiss passport for being "too annoying."

Here are some lovely photographs of a coastline.

An artist finds inspiration in “The Negro Motorist Green Book” (1936-66), a travel guide that helped blacks safely navigate the US.

A neuroscientist who studies aggression visits a "rage room" in Manhattan and finds it's not exactly therapeutic.

At least nine heads of private K-12 schools in New York City earned total yearly packages topping $800,000 in 2015.

What makes some of the hardest problems in contemporary physics so difficult? Turbulence.