The partial shutdown of the federal government has stretched into a third day, as discussions continue on a funding and immigration plan. Lawmakers said Sunday they made progress on an agreement to end the shutdown, but did not reach a final deal. Senate leaders scheduled a procedural vote for noon on Monday on a bill to reopen the government and extend funding through Feb. 8. The emerging deal would also extend the expired Children's Health Insurance Program for six years in exchange for a...
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It’s time now to take one of your questions. A while back, one of our listeners submitted a question through our website asking if there was anything that could be done to compel Charlotte residents to interact with people different from them - something that could help the city counteract racial segregation that’s grown over the last decade.