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"Of thousands of workers back on the job Monday as the federal government shutdown ends, but it may be a short term deal if congress and the president can't reach some kind of compromise and twenty days on a budget and funding for border security. The light turns green for the US government, but the yellow caution lighters on the both parties. I'm Larry King. New Jersey's among the worst in the country for maternal mortality first lady has two words to explain what systemic racism, I'm David Madden camp. It's sports Sixers for the nuggets. Denver college basketball Pantex the big five title with a win over Saint Joe's, partly cloudy. Thirty degrees here at the broadcast center. The forty-seven today morning, I'm Marc Abrahams. Our top story at six thirty one thousands of work. Affected by the government shutdown will be back on the job Monday. But there are some questions whether all will qualify for back as especially contract workers. Meanwhile, President Trump insists he's not capitulating to Democrats. Some of his conservative base though is unhappy despite the joy from some of the hundreds of thousands of federal employees affected by the thirty five day government shutdown. President Trump is getting criticism from some of his conservative backers nail Stanage covers the White House for the hill. They are backing up the president saying that no this was by no means a cave that he did something that was for the greater good the serve the public. But a former Trump White House official told me that he regarded this as an unmitigated disaster for the president, Allison keys CBS news. So the power struggle over the government shutdown on hold for now. The challenges remain special contributor. Larry Kane reports news of the Donald Trump flies fast. And when the government is up every day turns into a week, especially for. So many people who had to scrape by without a paycheck. That's why it's so imperative that the political parties come up with the best and brightest ideas, the shutdown was political nightmare, and it could become a nightmare for Nancy Pelosi, and the Democrats just saying no, which is of course, might not work. Well, this time around the Democrats will have to get creative. The White House has to get his team to work smartly and in a democracy. The failure to hold news breaking during a national crisis could be gained. Larry Kane, KYW NewsRadio.."