The rushed package drops aid to Ukraine, a White House priority opposed by a growing number of GOP lawmakers, but increases federal disaster assistance by $16 billion.
Veterans should prepare for some services to be cut until the shutdown ends.
A federal government shutdown is almost certain after House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's last-ditch plan to keep the government temporarily open collapsed.
Worker shortages have been frustrating for some employers, who raised their investments in new factories and construction projects after President Joe Biden signed into law funding for infrastructure, computer chips and a shift toward renewable energy sources.
Dianne Feinstein of California, a centrist Democrat who was elected to the Senate in 1992 in the “Year of the Woman" and broke gender barriers throughout her long career in local and national politics, has died. She was 90.
Most of the more than 420 national park units will be off-limits to the public, but the governors of Arizona and Utah vowed to keep some of the most iconic parks open with state funding, including Grand Canyon and Zion National Park.
The lawsuit says that enacting measures like no-excuse absentee voting and same-day voter registration should have involved state lawmakers.
A bipartisan resolution passed the upper chamber with unanimous consent for a formal dress code.
The first hearing is a high-stakes opening act for Republicans as they begin a process that can lead to the ultimate penalty for a president, punishment for what the Constitution describes as “high crimes and misdemeanors."
The shutdown will begin Sunday if Congress can't enact a funding plan. Some government entities will be exempt, but others will be affected. Social Security checks, for example, will still go out. But federal agencies will stop all actions deemed non-essential.
The House is struggling through a long-shot effort to pass various funding bills with no real chance of finishing by Saturday’s deadline. The stakes are rising with just days remaining before a federal closure.
Congress is in crisis mode with five days to go before a government shutdown.
The federal government is heading toward a shutdown. Here's what that means for Social Security and other services.
The abortion, well into the teen's third trimester, violated Nebraska law at the time that banned abortion after 20 weeks of gestation.
The Ukrainian president briefed lawmakers on the state of the war and told them Ukrainians “are winning." He was facing Republicans who question the flow of U.S. dollars that for 19 months has helped keep his troops in the fight against Russian forces.
The GOP used a routine oversight hearing on Wednesday to instead grill the attorney general about a special prosecutor's investigation of Hunter Biden.
Rep. Karen Whitsett was the lone Democrat to oppose several new bills that would expand access to an abortion in Michigan.
Hunter Biden is arguing in a lawsuit against the IRS that although he is the son of the president, he shouldn’t be treated differently than anyone else.
The two leaders are expected to discuss labor and the environment as the two nations roll out a partnership on workers’ rights.
The president is trying to rally support for Kyiv’s effort to repel a nearly 19-month-old Russian invasion that has no end in sight.