The first California female U.S. senator has died. Democrat Dianne Feinstein [[ Fine-Stine ]] passed away at the age of 90 last night. President Biden praised Feinstein as "a pioneering American" and "a true trailblazer."       The clock continues to countdown to the deadline to avoid a government shutdown. The House failed to pass a Republican-led short-term funding bill this afternoon. The government is set to shutdown at midnight Saturday if lawmakers fail to make a deal.       A suspect has been arrested in the 1996 murder of rapper Tupac Shakur. Las Vegas police announced Duane "Keefe D" Davis has been charged with murder with use of a deadly weapon. Before today, no one had ever been arrested in the 27 years since Shakur's murder.       One of Donald Trump's co-defendants in the Georgia election interference case is taking a plea deal and will testify. Bail bondsman Scott Hall was charged in connection to the alleged breach of voting machine equipment in Coffee County following Trump's 2020 election loss. He's the first defendant in the case to plead guilty to the charges and will serve five years probation.       Minority home buyers say they have experienced significant discrimination in their search for a house. A new survey from Redfin asked Black, Hispanic and Asian buyers if they had ever felt that either sellers, their agents or landlords were less eager to work with them because of their ethnicity or race. Thirty-two-percent of Black buyers answered "yes," as well as 36-percent of Hispanics and 20-percent of Asian buyers.       An Arizona produce company is recalling thousands of cantaloupes over possible salmonella contamination. The FDA says melons shipped by Eagle Produce recently tested positive for the bacteria at a distribution center. They were shipped to nearly 20 states.