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I'm rob Archer. I'm Cooper Rummell people who lost everything in the Wolsey fire say, they're frustrated with the slow process of rebuilding their lives and a man is captured after he apparently stolen ambulance. I'm John Stevens. It's ten o'clock. CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual insurance arm. Tom forty Texas. Federal judge says the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. What now well the law does stay in effect. But as for what happens in the courts, and in congress Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, we I have to undo this awful decision. Because look we have a Republican president. We have a Republican Senate. They've spent a lotta time sabotaging healthcare. So that's the first job. But after that Democrats as we did in twenty eighteen rather successfully are gonna make healthcare a major probably the major issue in the upcoming campaign was on NBC's, meet the press as President Trump and his attorney were launching new witch-hunt labeled attacks on various investigators who are now looking into most everything connected with the president past president maybe future. Washington Post got hold of a draft report for the Senate. It's on the two thousand sixteen election roll of Russia on social media. Giants Facebook Twitter and Google it mostly echoes intelligence community conclusions that Moscow did what it could to help. Mr. Trump win and help Hillary Clinton lose according to that report. It was a lot though, it does not directly implicate, Mr. Trump in the meddling CBS news, political consultant, Leonard Steinhorn, the Muller and other investigation show, either Donald Trump or his family or his campaign were working with and coordinating with the Russians that makes this a serious political issue because it's a direct assault on American democracy. We'll some federal agencies closed their doors and send their employees home at the end of the week could be President Trump and congressional Democrats threaten standoff over funding his border wall. Democrats are saying notified billion dollars. He now wants to build a wall. He wants said Mexico was going to pay for he says, he's willing to take a partial government shutdown to get it. Under Republicans are wary of the idea we. Through the appropriations process already have approved seventy five percent of the funding for the government for the next year. But I still think it's better to not have any sort of even a partial shutdown. Democrats insist they're open to compromise. Do I think that we can avoid a shutdown? Of course, I do because there are people on both sides of the aisle that want to find common ground. I think that's possible. If no agreement is reached parts of the federal government will close indefinitely on Saturday, December twenty second Tony to cope. Woo CBS news New York about the wall senior White House adviser, Stephen Miller stake is the question of whether or not the United States remains a sovereign country. Whether or not we can establish and enforce rules for entrance into our country. The democrat party has a simple choice. They can either choose to fight for America's working class to promote legal immigration. You.