Government Shutdown

The debt ceiling crisis remains unresolved, however.
Congress is moving to avert one crisis while putting off another.
Senate Republicans successfully filibustered a House-passed bill that would’ve avoided a government shutdown.
Congress has only a few days to act before the federal government shuts down and begins furloughing workers in the middle of a pandemic.
More than 1,000 gas stations in the Southeast are running out of fuel as the pipeline shutdown drags on.
From inciting violence to separating families, the repercussions of the Trump administration’s policies and rhetoric will be felt for a long time.
One proposal plans to provide a relief payment of $2,000 per month for up to a year.
The TV personality claimed shutdowns are deadlier than COVID-19.
Trump signed the bill, which will extend funding through December 20, hours before government funding was set to expire.
“Depends on what the negotiation [is],” the president said. “I wouldn’t commit to anything.”
The Department of Interior broke the law by raiding park entrance fees, the U.S. Government Accountability Office said.
The government shutdown earlier this year probably would have been worse otherwise.
Nikki Howard and Jaqi Wright quit their government jobs to make cheesecakes full-time.
Sen. Mitch McConnell and other lawmakers agreed on a $4.6 billion deal to house and care for immigrant refugees crossing the Mexico border.
The military service won't be fully caught up till June; its leaders say the shutdown caused an "erosion in readiness."
The House speaker warned the president's wall “is not the way that we relate to other countries, other people.”
A weaker global economy, a trade war with China and signs of caution among consumers likely contributed to slow growth.
The actor-artist delivered a blistering critique of Donald Trump's supporters with his latest cartoon.
Mike Rogers speculated that the Senate majority leader was making a trade-off in trying to avert another shutdown.
The legislation provided just a fraction of the president’s $5.7 billion demand for border barriers.