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"After a weekend meeting with vice President Mike Pence and democratic staffers went nowhere prisoner. Trump is going on primetime TV and radio tomorrow to press his case for the border wall. The battle over paying for that wall as resulted in two and a half week old government shutdown CBS's Paula Reed. Democrats have not accepted the president's invitation to return here to the White House to continue to go. She Asians administration has extended a separate invitation to both Republican and democratic leaders to come here to the White House to talk to the president before he addresses the nation tomorrow night. But at this point there is nothing on the calendar to suggest even the possibility of a breakthrough democratic leaders are calling for equal time to address the nation. CBS's? Steven Portnoy has more the shutdown shuttered, the Internal Revenue Service and the broader treasury department, but at a briefing here senior officials insisted tax refunds. We'll be processed. Vice president Pence told reporters the White House counsel is now weighing the legality of an emergency declaration for the border. The president has said he could absolutely issue. An order that would free up unspent military construction funds to build the wall without congressional approval. Goon former chairman of Nissan was in a Tokyo courtroom to answer questions charges rather of financial improprieties, the BBC's Rupert Winfield Hayes. They said he came in in handcuffs in prison. Garb in plastic slippers that he looks thinner and his hair was graying. But he has made a very robust statements and denial of the allegations against him clemson's giving number one Alabama a run for its money at the college football championship games. CBS's? Steve Futterman is live with the latest on the playoff. Pam the top two teams both undefeated playing for the top prize. And right now at halftime. It's number two. Clemson shocking. Number one, Alabama thirty one to sixteen Clemson took an early seven nothing lead on the eighth play of the game. Taken an interception. Forty four yards into the endzone Alabama briefly but sixteen fourteen but since then Clemson escorts seventeen straight points, the lead by fifteen at halftime live at the national championship game. Steve Futterman, CBS news. A lotta kids would probably prefer the nasal spray to a shot when it comes to protecting against the flu. But CBS's Jeff Lord says that may not be the best choice study out today in recent years. Traditional flu shot was more effective for children, then the nasal spray vaccine CDC says everyone six months and older should get vaccinated. The Dow rose ninety eight points today, NASDAQ gained eighty."