Neither Side Budges As Day 2 Of Shutdown ContinuesDemocrats and republicans are playing a political game of chicken while much of the U.S. has to sit and wait.
Government Shutdown Affects Local Airports, National ParksThe “all hands on deck” approach during busy peak times at airports and services at national parks will have to wait.
White House Targets Filibuster, Calls For 'Nuclear Option' As Shutdown Enters Day 2A hope for strong negotiations are floating above Washington, D.C. this weekend.
Senate Vote On Track To Fail: Gov't Set To Shut Down- President Donald Trump showed his support for the Republican-backed plan to keep the government open for four weeks.
Clock Ticking Down Toward Government ShutdownCongress has until midnight Friday to pass a new spending bill to head off a government shutdown. 
Congress Clears Temporary Spending Bill To Avert ShutdownRepublicans scored a big win this week by passing a sweeping overhaul of the U.S. tax system but they'll need to act quickly to avoid a government shutdown.
House, Senate Narrowly Pass Bill To Avoid Government ShutdownThe government isn't shutting down, not tonight, anyway.
Government Shutdown Looms As Trump Marks 100 Days In OfficeCongress returns to Washington on Monday after a two-week recess to begin negotiations on a spending bill.
Scott Raises Specter Of Government ShutdownGov. Rick Scott raised the possibility Thursday that state government could shut down because of a budget impasse in the Legislature and asked agencies to outline services that need to keep running regardless of whether lawmakers reach an agreement.
Court: House Actions Illegal, But Lawsuit Filed Too LateThe Florida Supreme Court ruled House members do not have to return to the capitol for the end of the 2015 session.
Facing South Florida: After the ShutdownCongresswoman Ilena Ros-Lehtinen and Jim discuss the vote to reopen the government and where we go from here. The two also discuss whether three months from now we will be in the same situation. Other topics include immigration reform, and the future of the Republican party.
Florida Legislators Speak Out On Government Funding Deal With just hours to spare, Congress passed a plan to avoid a default and end a 16 day partial government shutdown. The votes came in late, but just in time to avoid the crisis. Just after midnight President Barack Obama signed the bill into law.

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