Women’s Marches, Senate Shutdown Vote, Patriots Return to Super Bowl: A.M. Links

  • Women’s marches were held across the United States.
  • The Senate will vote today on a potential deal to re-open those portions of the government shut down after funding expired.
  • Gunmen stormed the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, killing 18 people.
  • A pair of improvised explosive devices went off at a mall in Florida, but no injuries were reported.
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus won two more Screen Actors Guild Awards, and now has won more of the awards than any other actor.
  • The New England Patriots will play the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl in Minnesota.

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