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"Sponsored by zoom video conferencing, and Allison keys. President Trump is saying he is likely to go along if Senate leaders from both parties can come up with a deal to end the government shutdown. This emerged from a significant group of democratic and Republican senators who say, look, let's open the government temporarily for three weeks what what that'll do is first of all and enable these eight hundred thousand or so federal workers to get back pay and to be paid a contemporaneous as negotiations over border security funding continue so they believe that the president, and and democratic leaders can continue to hash this out. But that they should do it while the government is open to sort of end the suffering that a lot of these federal workers are are experiencing. But not only did commerce secretary Wilbur Ross suggests that the hundreds of thousands of government workers should get loans. Then President Trump told reporters that banks and even grocery stores were giving federal workers a break. They face their second, Mr. paycheck. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen has been subpoenaed by a Senate committee CBS's Paula Reed, says this comes after he postponed his public testimony to a house committee in March Cohen heads to prison for three years and part of that sentence is for lying to congress. So I asked Lanny Davis why should lawmakers believe anything Cohen says after he admits to lying to them. Davis says this time Cohen will be truthful. We're learning more now about the cause of the deadly wildfire and twenty two twenty seventeen California CBS's. Steve Futterman was initially thought that equipment owned by PG caused the fire in twenty seventeen which killed twenty two people and destroyed more than fifty six hundred structures. But the final report issued by the California fire agency Cal fire says a private electrical system next to a private residents caused the fire. This is good news financially for PGE, which right now is dealing with potential lawsuits resulting from an even more deadly and more destroyed. Fire last November. There is morning and see bring Florida after a man killed five women in a Bank there police chief Carl Hoaglund says the suspect refused to let officers into the building after more than an hour of negotiations. We have no information right now that there was any Bank robbery, and I cannot elaborate anymore because I don't know what his true intent walls beyond the act invented police say the shootings may have simply been a random act the top elections official in Florida. Suddenly resigned today after a newspaper got photos of him in black face in the photo secretary of state, Michael ortel was posing as a victim of Hurricane Katrina. This is CBS news. Zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video."