Senate Adjourns, Guaranteeing a Partial Government Shutdown
Senators expect to return at noon Saturday as talks continue.
Trump's Demand for Wall Pushes Government Closer to Shutdown
The Senate was being called back to session to consider a package approved by House Republicans late Thursday.
Trump Lashes Out as House Struggles with Avoiding Shutdown
The White House suggested that Trump is not onboard with a critical spending agreement because it lacks funding for a wall.
Senate Approves Bill to Keep Government Running into 2019
Senators passed the measure, which would keep government running to Feb. 8, by voice vote without a roll call.
Leaders Start Shutdown Talks after Trump Eases Wall Threat
The Senate's top leaders began negotiating after the White House indicated it does not want a shutdown over the wall.
Congress Passes Spending Deal, Bids to Avert Government Shutdown
Moving to head off a government shutdown, Congress has overwhelmingly approved a compromise spending bill.
Thousands Line Up to Say Goodbye to John McCain
Thousands of people lined up for blocks outside the U.S. Capitol Friday to say goodbye to John McCain.
Defense Bill Would Curb Cabinet Control of Nuclear Agency
A watchdog group said the proposed changes would begin "dismantling civilian control over the nuclear weapons enterprise."
In Reversal, Pentagon Now Says it Backs GOP Measure on Birds
The birds have become flashpoints in an ongoing battle over whether they warrant federal protection that hinders mining.
Shutdown is First Since 2013, But Not Exceptional
Members of the military will report to work, although they won't get paid until Congress approves funding.
VA Says It May Shut Down Hospitals To Close $2.5B Budget Gap
Senior VA official warns that it needs to fill a $3 billion shortfall or risk shutting down VA hospitals in August
Zinke Incorrectly Identifies VA Chief as 'Fellow Veteran'
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke incorrectly identified Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin as a "fellow veteran" in a phot...
VA Suspends Top Official in Relocation Scam
The Department of Veterans Affairs is suspending the head of the Veterans Benefits Administration for allowing two lower-rank...
Congressman Wants to Curb Military Surplus Program
Images of police outfitted in paramilitary gear clashing with protesters in suburban St. Louis after the weekend shooting dea...
Coast Guard: Paddlers Can Use Potomac Near Trump Golf Course
Kayakers and other active groups can continue to use the Potomac River near a golf course owned by President Trump.
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Army, Air Force Announce Professional Licensing Fee Reimbursement for Spouses
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The only factor that would stifle the F-15EX fleet would be another bad budget situation, said Air Force Secretary Wilson.
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The Marine Corps pilot who ejected from his jump jet before it crashed in North Carolina was released with no injuries.
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A Harrier jump jet crashed on Monday near Havelock, North Carolina, near Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point.
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The Coast Guard has temporarily relieved the commander of cutter Hickory after a member was killed in a crane accident.
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