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"Your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now stocks rose is retailers and small companies rallied on a report of strong orders for service sector companies. That's where most Americans work the Dow closed up one hundred points. It had been up more than two hundred fifty and also down one hundred thirty the NASDAQ added eighty three the s&p rose sixteen shares in California's largest power company got battered on reports that it's considering bankruptcy in the face, a potentially crippling liability damages from last year's wildfires causes has been determined for the campfire, but PG reported an outage about the time and place the fire was ignited. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Here are your political insights from ABC news. The partial government shutdown is creeping along entering its third week in effecting, eight hundred thousand federal employees around the country White House and congressional officials met for negotiations over the weekend. But didn't seem to make any prog. Press. The White House is now offering eight hundred million dollars to address the humanitarian needs of people on the border. But congressional Democrats still insists that the president's requested five billion dollars, plus border wall. Funding is a non-starter as the standoff continues. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders announced that President Trump would be traveling to the southern border to meet with people on the front lines of what the White House calls a national security and humanitarian crisis and still recovering. Supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will not attend oral arguments in court Monday. It's the first day she has missed a scheduled public session in her twenty five year career on the high court bench. Chief Justice John Roberts said Ginsburg will still participate in the cases fire. Briefs filings an oral argument transcripts and those are your political insights alley Rogan ABC news. Democratic members of the house and Senate toured the customs and border patrol facility were eight year old migrant boy died at custody last month in order to more effectively develop ways to improve infrastructure following the tour congressman Jerry Nadler was asked by the press about President Trump's address to the country Nagler said he expects bald-faced lies from President Trump designed to build panic about a crisis, which doesn't actually exist has been lying to the American people and his spokespeople continue like the American people. Just yesterday. His press secretary said in an interview with Chris Wallace that's four thousand people four thousand tariffs rather across the border. Chris Wallace pointed out that they had all been apprehended at airports, none at the border. There's no security crisis at the border house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, say Democrats should be given equal airtime after TV networks air president Donald Trump's scheduled address to the nation Tuesday night, the democratic leaders released a joint statement. Monday before Trump plans to brief the nation on his plans for a US Mexico wall and the status to the partial government shutdown.."