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"Katie radio. news on the hour. Sponsored by Quicken Loans. I'm Matt piper. A presidential primetime address. President Trump is taking steps to force it end to the partial government shutdown now in its third week Tuesday night, he'll address the nation in prime time his first since taking office. Correspondent Paula Reed says it'll all be about the border wall. Democrats say they will not do anything to help the President Bill. This wallet presents that he won't sign anything that doesn't include funding for a border wall. So right now, we're at an impasse. The president has accepted an invitation to Democrats to return to the White House. They continue to go. But at this point Democrats have not taken them up on that offer. Democrats are calling the address a publicity stunt the house convenes in the morning with plans to vote on bills to restore funding to some of these shuttered agencies as the shutdown of the federal government continues food stamp recipients are worried that they'll soon be cut off forty two million Americans across the country us food. Stamps, including this young mother in Lansing, Michigan. Some of us that depend on that money. They can't work for now city and state agencies are trying to fill the gap. But they say they can't do it for long. Joan Jackson Johnson is a director of community services in Lansing. We don't have the resources to provide that supplemental assistance more than once a month. And that young mother is going to start feeling the pinch soon. My family. Everybody's family Bill. Rakoff CBS news the schools have met in the title game in three of the last four years. CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman reports from the college football national championship game between Clemson and Alabama. This was a."