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Government shutdown: House sends bill to Senate hours ahead of deadline

CNN  —  Congress may now be on a path to avert a shutdown after the House abruptly reversed course and passed a bipartisan bill to extend government funding just hours…

Government shutdown nears as Congress continues negotiations

The White House is seen on June 24. Samuel Corum/Getty Images Along with other government agencies, the White House sent a message to its staff with the critical logistical instructions…

Government shutdown imminent as GOP divisions on full display after late night votes

CNN  —  Divisions among House Republicans were on display Thursday as tensions erupted during a closed-door meeting and later the chamber convened with late night votes as a government shutdown…

Bipartisan House caucus leaders working to force vote as government shutdown looms

CNN  —  With government funding slated to run out September 30, the leaders of the bipartisan House Problem Solvers Caucus told CNN on Sunday that “all options are on the…

Pentagon determines Ukraine training and support exempt from potential government shutdown

CNN  —  The Pentagon has determined that the training and support of Ukrainian forces is exempt from a potential government shutdown, according to the Defense Department, and will continue even…

What could happen if the government shuts down

CNN  —  The prospect of a US government shutdown grows more likely with each passing day as lawmakers have yet to reach a deal to extend funding past a critical…

Impeachment and government shutdown threats loom over House’s return

CNN  —  Speaker Kevin McCarthy returns to Washington this week confronting a twin set of challenges: avoiding a costly government shutdown and addressing growing calls on the right to impeach…

Exclusive: Smuggler with ties to ISIS helped migrants enter US from Mexico, raising alarm bells across government

CNN  —  The FBI is investigating more than a dozen migrants from Uzbekistan and other countries allowed into the US after they sought asylum at the southern border with Mexico…

To fix government, call in the geeks

Editor’s Note: Jennifer Pahlka is the founder, executive director and board chairwoman of Code for America, a nonprofit organization that provides fellowships for technology experts to work in city government.…

GSA junket a case of government hypocrisy

Editor’s Note: Matt Welch is editor in chief of Reason and co-author of “The Declaration of Independents: How Libertarian Politics Can Fix What’s Wrong with America (PublicAffairs).” Story highlights Matt…