The United States is on the brink of a federal government shutdown after hard-right Republicans in Congress rejected a longshot effort to keep offices open...
The threat of a U.S. government shutdown ended at 9 p.m. Saturday. The Senate passed a temporary funding bill and sent it to President Joe Biden to sign.
A congressman from New York is being accused of bad behavior before the House voted on the funding bill to keep federal agencies open.
As the deadline for a new budget deal approaches and the threat of a government shutdown looming, representatives talked about the current status of a new deal.
House Republicans held their first hearing on the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden amid skepticism from some of their party’s members.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's last-ditch plan to keep the federal government temporarily open collapsed on Friday as hard-right holdouts rejected the package.
Congress has passed all its required appropriations bills on time only four times in the last five decades, with the last successful attempt occurring in 1997.
Arizona and Utah will keep iconic national parks in those states open if a shutdown of the federal government threatens access to them.