No resolution yet.
H.J.Res 124 funds the government and arms Syrian rebels, pending approval from the Senate.
Tight deadlines. Always.
Last year, budget fights caused the federal government to shut down for a few days. This year, Republicans look to be planning a "clean" continuing resolution, setting government funding levels at the same place they've been at for this year.
Good, bad, ugly...
Crisis averted, for now.
As negotiations between Democrats and Republicans stalled over the weekend, Harry Reid and Senate Democrats have decided that they're not really feeling a clean debt ceiling increase any more.
The politics of cynicism
Drama in the wee hours.
Obstructing to victory.
But why are Democrats smiling?
A government shutdown on Tuesday is now looking increasingly likely, as House Republicans plan to attach two amendments to a stopgap spending bill on Saturday that would delay Obamacare by one year and permanently repeal its medical device tax.
Civility strikes again.
Infighting benefits the Left.
President Obama will sign a bill this week that keeps the government running through the fiscal year but it's a bill that he would rather not approve because it also means at least some massive spending cuts. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.
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