President Donald Trump voices his displeasure over the $1 trillion budget deal for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2017 and suggests a shutdown might be in order if the 2018 elections don’t favor Republicans.
Congressional Republicans and Democrats reach hard-won agreement on huge $1 trillion-plus spending bill to keep government open
Congressional Republicans, Democrats reach agreement on $1T measure to fund government until Oct. 1.
Trump signs stopgap spending bill that avoids a government shutdown
When it comes to government shutdowns, remember that every silver lining has a cloud, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.
Republicans say they will push a short-term spending bill keeping the government open through the House on Friday with only GOP votes, if necessary
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, the chair of the House Appropriations Committee has brought forth a short term continuing resolution to delay a government shutdown.
The threat of yet another partial government shutdown has been with us all week and some federal workers are telling Senior Correspondent Mike Causey to bring it on.
Republicans controlling the House have unveiled a stopgap bill to keep the government open past a shutdown deadline of midnight Friday.
A federal employment attorney says it’s outrageous the government is treating its federal workforce like this.
Hope this doesn’t wreck your morning, but at 11:59 p.m. this Friday, civilization as Washington knows it may come to an end, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey. The government might shut down.
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The White House says it won’t happen, but the Office of Management and Budget is asking that agencies prepare to prepare for a government shutdown. Here are four things to remember about your pay, benefits, work status and others if Congress can’t agree on a plan to keep the government running past Friday.
Want to know if you’ll be going to work if the government isn’t funded? We’ll tell you here.
All the pressure is on Congress this week as it deals with a Friday funding deadline. David Hawkings, senior editor at Roll Call, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin that shutdown worries are overblown. It’s next year we should be worrying about.