United States federal government shutdown of 2018 - Wikipedia
The United States federal government shutdown of 2018 began at midnight EST on Saturday, January 20, 2018, and ended on the evening of Monday, January 22. The shutdown began after a failure to pass legislation to fund government operations and agencies.
Government shutdown 2018: Capitol Hill negotiations continue -- live updates - CBS News
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, announced plans to vote at 1 a.m. Monday on a three-week continuing resolution to fund the government after a day of lawmakers playing the blame game on Capitol Hill for the shutdown. The Senate adjourned Saturday evening and will reconvene Sunday
Government shutdown 2018: What we know, what happens next
The U.S. government shut down at midnight after Congress failed to resolve a partisan standoff over immigration and spending. In a late-night vote, Senate Democrats blocked a bill that would have kept the government running for four weeks. (Jan. 20) AP
Government Shuts Down as Bill to Extend Funding Is Blocked; Senate Adjourns for the Night - The New York Times
For Democrats on the ballot in many of the states that President Trump carried, the fresh government shutdown is unmistakably perilous, especially if it is seen as a strong-armed move to protect undocumented immigrants brought to this country illegally as children.
The Daily 202: Government shutdown foreshadows a 2018 of inaction and gridlock - The Washington Post
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) speaks on his cellphone as he walks out of the Capitol last night. (Oliver Contreras for The Washington Post) With Breanne Deppisch and Joanie Greve. THE BIG IDEA: The failed efforts this weekend by moderates to end the government shutdown underscored
Government shutdown 2018: House, Senate vote on budget deal - Business Insider
The Senate approved a temporary federal spending bill 71-28 after a brief government shutdown early Friday morning. The deal now goes back to the House for a vote. It remains unclear whether the bill has enough votes to pass the House, as members of both parties have expressed concerns about it
Government Shutdown 2018 and 2013 Explained
At midnight on January 19, 2018, the federal government shut down for almost three days. The Senate failed to pass a continuing resolution to extend spending until February 16, 2018. Republicans couldn't get enough Democrats for the 60 votes needed. The continuing resolution was a stopgap measure
Congress Averts a Shutdown But Now Faces a Messy 2018 Start - Bloomberg
The Republican-controlled Congress managed the bare minimum task of keeping the government open before the holiday recess, yet made little progress on a medley of divisive fiscal and social issues it will now be forced to confront in January.
Stopgap Bill to End Government Shutdown Passes Congress - The New York Times
• The House passed a short-term spending bill to reopen the government. Next, President Trump must sign it to end the shutdown. • Earlier in the afternoon, the Senate also voted to reopen the government after 81 senators broke the filibuster that shut it down. • Here is the bipartisan group
Government shuts down on one-year anniversary of Trump presidency - CBS News
A Senate attempt to move forward with a short-term spending bill vote failed Friday night, sending the government into a shutdown on the one-year anniversary of President Trump's inauguration. By the end of Saturday, things didn't look much more hopeful. Friday night, Republican senators failed to
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