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LIve from NPR News in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst.

The federal government remains partial shutdown for the 22nd day the longest shutdown in US history. And no action is planned this weenkend to end it. President Trump is demanding funding for a southern border wall. Democrats oppose it and say the entire government shouldn't be held hostage while border security is negotiated. NPR's Tamara Keith reports president has for the time being at office threat to declare a national emergency.

President Trump had been talking with an increasing urgency about declaring a national emergency that would allow him to go around congress where democrats say they don't want to give money for the wall and divert funds from elsewhere in the government to fund a border wall. But he has not changed his tune slightly saying that he is not in a hurry to declare an emergency that he is not looking to do right now. And that he wants congress to act.

NPR's Tamara Keith reporting.

And airports across the country are failing to shutdown's impact. Miami's international airport is temporarily shutting down a concourse today because of shortage of security screeners. NPR's Shanna Vanzandx has more.

Terminal G would be closed after 1:00 PM through MOnday. Because there may not be enough TSA employees to keep all of the security checkpoints operating. The concourse will continue running normally everyday in the mornings. Union president Bill Catheduex says the shutdown is also affecting air traffic controllers.

They are putting into a lot of hours. They are not getting paid. They concerned about paying with bills. They concerned about paying with mortgages, the rents, they're paying for their insurances, car payments, spends like evenyone worth about turnings.

Federal screeners in Miami have been calling in sick and double the normal rates. Shanna Vanzandxx NPR News.

Julian Castro was once one of the nation's youngest mayors, now he hopes to become one of the nation's youngest presidents. Texas public radio's Ryan Papulx reports, the former Obama administration housing chief, accounced his 2020 campaign in San Antonio, Texas today.

Castro, former heart secretary and San Antonio mayor promised to be the voice for those who fail for gun by the Trump administration.

We say No to build the wall and Yes to build a community. We say, No to schedule building immigrants, and Yes to dreamers. Yes to keeping family together. Yes to finally passing comprehensive immigration reform in this country.

Castro, a democrat and now to his decision to run standing in the neighborhood where he grew up. One of the oldest Hispanic communities in the city. Castro's first campaign stop will be San Juanx, Pueto Rico. For NPR News, I'm Ryan Popeyx, in San ANtonio.

And Castro is the latest democrat to formally enter the race. You are listening to NPR News from Washington.

As Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro Moros starts his second term as president, the US is pressuring him to step down. NPR's Philip Reeves reports the state department says the US will use the full way of its economic and diplomatic power to push for democracy in Venezuela.

Dozens of countries done recognize Maduro as Venezuela's legitimate president saying his reelection was fraudulent. The US and others are calling on him to hand off power to the head of Venezuela's opposition national assembly, Juan Guaido until new elections are held. Guaido says he's prepared to take over transitional president so long as the Venezuela military supports that. So far the army's largely remained loyal to Maduro, who has already stripped the national assembly of its powers. Yet these developments are not just symbolic as Maduro struggles amid economic collapses, his domestic opponents are riding to the pressure. Guaido's calling for nationwide protest on January 23rd. Philip Reeves NPR News.

The annual combat whale count in Hawaii will still take place this month despite the partial government shutdown. The survey is usually conducted by the national oceanic atmospheric administration's Hawaiian island Humpback whale national marine sanctuary. But this year volunteers from the national marine sanctuary foundation coordinate with ocean count. That's a community citizen scientist's project that takes place during peak whale season. Every year about 11,000 of the animals migrate from Alaska to Hawaii where they made and gave birth during the winter season.

I'm Jeanine Herbst and you are listening to NPR NEws from Washington.
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