The government would have shut down midnight Friday.
The bill would push the shutdown deadline back to Dec. 22.
After the House of Representatives approved a continuing resolution to keep the government funded for two weeks, the Senate approved the…
President Trump is set to meet with congressional leaders hours ahead of a deadline to avoid a government shutdown.
Republicans want a deadline extension, but Democrats want to figure out the budget - and a few other things - right away.
Democratic leaders backed out of a planned White House meeting over one of the president's tweets.
Congress has until Dec. 8 to avert a shutdown.
As Senate Republicans try to get another measure to the floor to repeal the Affordable Care Act with the Graham-Cassidy amendment, U.S. Sen.…
Congress has that time to decide on a replacement for the Obama-era plan.
It comes down to how Congress chooses to allocate relief money.
Spoiler alert: nothing good.
Congress will also need to raise the debt ceiling before the end of September to avoid a partial government shutdown.