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"Five three President Trump will be on TV tonight at nine the main topics the shutdown and the wall a White House analysis presidential address from the Oval Office sources telling us it's going to take me to seven and eight minutes, and this is ahead of the president's visit to the US Mexico border that will take place on Thursday correspondent Camilla Burnell at the White House. Democrats are demanding equal time Nancy Pelosi tweeted this quote now that the television networks have decided to air at real Donald Trump's address which of his past statements running indication will be full of malice and misinformation. Democrats must immediately be given equal airtime. He will carry the president live at nine here on ten ten wins will let you know about the response wants the plans for that are in place. Meantime is Phil Mattingly reports the Democrats are moving ahead with legislation to reopen. Nonessential government agencies in the house house. Democratic speaker Nancy Pelosi is going to start moving individual funding bills for the shuttered agencies in the Senate Senate Democrats are considering not voting to move forward on any legislation until legislation to address the shutdown is considered. What that all means right now, basically gridlock. The Republican controlled Senate is unlikely to pass any of those bills from the house and the president is even less likely to sign them. New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez and Cory Booker will be at Newark airport today demanding an end to the shot. Down. They say it's leaving thousands of federal workers in their state without pay has been pointed out though that most federal workers have yet to miss a paycheck, the first payday for most of them who are impacted by the shutdown would be this Saturday, again, the president will address the nation from the Oval Office tonight at nine and you can hear him live on ten ten wins. Thirty eight degrees now light rain in central park. We're going up to forty nine today in midtown wins. News time five oh five people often complain about trash in the subways. But some types of trash are worse than others. Time that's been turning up at the one hundred eighty first street station in Washington heights is straight up dangerous months newsman, John Mons home with more from Washington heights this morning, John. This had become needle platform. People who wait down here for the one train. Tell me junkies would shoot up then tossed their dirty syringes, but Jessica a heroin addict who admits occasionally disposing of a used the needle in the subway says a mobile needle distribution van seems to be working. You're not taking your needles and throwing them down on the subway. Now, they give us these little black things to put them in like black little containers. And we give them back to them. It's needle exchange. So they give them to us. And we exchanged some backs. All this morning. The platform and the tracks are clean I walked up and down didn't see a single needle. Then a police officer told me you missed the John MTA crews swept up overnight, John mom town, ten ten wins live at the one hundred and eighty first street station in Washington heights wins. News time five oh, six cops age Jared Watkins dealt drugs, and they also believe he'd may murder to women in the Bronx fifteen years ago. Now, he's dead and police are wondering if it's because of those long ago murders, then news man, Glenn shuck has more live on the ringcentral news line from the Bronx this morning, Glenn. Liam Watkins's thirty eight years old or was he was shot in the head as he sat the driver's seat of his SUV last night here in the Bronx right outside the Murphy houses in east one hundred seventy eighth now whoever fired repeatedly at least three or four shots through the driver's window at seven thirty then ran off as Watkins life coming to an end in front of the very same building where he was charged with strangling two women believed to be prostitutes back in two thousand four he got six years on manslaughter charges for that in two thousand twelve after getting out of jail sent back again this time in federal drug charges. Cops here in the forty eighth precinct. Her trying to piece this together to find out if this had anything to do with the two thousand and four killings or maybe connected to his brother, dealing Glen shock ten. Ten wins live in the west farm section of the Bronx wins news time five oh eight as expected. Katie Brennan has sued the state of New Jersey accusing staffers of misusing a workplace discrimination policy to hide her sexual assault from governor Phil Murphy. And then using the. Same policy to silence her Brennan, Muslim, volunteer on the Murphy campaign when she claims she was raped by an aide to Murphy. An investigation was launched. But Brennan says the state office of equal employment and affirmative action imposed a strict confidentiality directive with the threat of discipline, including possible termination of her employment as chief of staff at the state housing and mortgage finance agency. If that directive was violated Brennan is asking a judge to require the state to investigate her claims and to drop the confidentiality directive man, she's accused Albert Alvarez denies her accusations. And no charges have been filed against him.."