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• Fresh from the Bannon feud, President Trump is meeting with Republicans to strategize for 2018 at Camp David.
• Stock futures climb in a strong week for Wall Street.


• The labor market slowed in December as the U.S. employers added 148,000 jobs in a sign that worker shortages may crimp hiring in 2018. The unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.1%, according to the Labor Department Friday. The average hourly wages rose nine cents to $26.63. That leaves the annual increase unchanged at 2.5%. That has been stuck at 2.5% for well over a year. Economists have expected a bigger spike because of the low unemployment rate that is making it tougher for employers to find workers.


• Apple is expected to issue a fix for its products after researchers disclosed flaws that leave nearly every modern computing device vulnerable to hackers.


• Nearly 24,000 Texas state employees quit in 2017 according to the Dallas Morning News.


• The iguanas are falling out of trees in Florida. They are not dead they are just chilling.