government shutdown

Congress passes $1.3 trillion spending bill

Early Friday morning, the Senate passed a $1.3 trillion spending package that will increase funding for the military and domestic spending and will keep the government funded through the end of September, sending the legislation to the President for his signature.

The race to fund the government is on (again)

After months of disagreements over spending, five short-term budget deals and fights about health care, immigration, a New York infrastructure project and gun control, Congress is set to unveil and pass a massive spending bill in upcoming days that may finally address some of Capitol Hill's most contentious issues.

Trump says he has signed budget bill

President Donald Trump signed a spending bill Friday morning to keep the government operating after some brief uncertainty about when he would do so.

Congress' agenda: Push for spending deal looms

Congress has until Feb. 8 to come to terms on a spending deal that includes both Republican-approved border security enhancements and a solution for the expiring Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that will please Democrats.

Immigration talks: What's next?

As the dust settled Monday on an agreement to reopen the government, the path forward for immigration remained as murky as ever.

Trump signs bill ending shutdown, official says

President Donald Trump signed a bill Monday night ending the government shutdown, capping off a nearly three-day deadlock and reinstating funds until February 8, a senior administration official said.