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In this Friday, Jan. 11, 2019, photo Yael Krigman dips cakepops at her bakery Baked by Yael in Washington. The bakery is located across from Smithsonian's National Zoo that is closed because of the partial government shutdown. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Small business revenues fall as govt shutdown persists

- Associated Press

Baked by Yael isn't getting its usual flow of customers who stop in after visiting the nearby National Zoo; the popular Washington, D.C., tourist spot remains closed by the government shutdown.

Firefighters find badly injured person in burning building

Associated Press

Tucson authorities say a person is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after being found by firefighters in an abandoned building that was on fire on the city's southeast side Wednesday morning.

Kenya's deadly hotel attack: A timeline of how it occurred

- Associated Press

It began with cars exploding and several armed young men, wrapped in ammunition belts, sauntering onto the scene. It was declared over nearly 20 hours later with at least 14 people killed, 700 people evacuated and the Islamic extremist attackers "eliminated." Overnight, scores of frightened people hid in washrooms, offices and elsewhere as gunfire popped and security forces hunted the gunmen. Here's a rough timeline of what occurred in the deadly attack on a luxury hotel complex in Kenya's capital.