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Government shutdown averted with little time to spare as Biden signs funding before midnight
Donald Trump's rivals racing to blaze their own trails in Iowa
Here’s a look at the campaigns working hardest in Iowa to catch Trump.
Congress averting government shutdown, passing temporary spending bill
In the hours leading up to the deadline, Congress passing a temporary spending bill. This bill gives lawmakers another 45 days to compromise on long-term spending.
Gates will be locked and thousands of rangers furloughed at national parks if government shuts down
The majority of more than 420 national park units will be off-limits to the public starting Monday if the government shuts down, Interior officials said Friday.
McCarthy's last-ditched effort to avoid government shutdown collapses as Republicans defect
The bill’s complete failure a day before Saturday’s deadline to fund the government leaves few options to prevent a shutdown.
How the potential government shutdown could impact the Quad Cities' local community
Government-funded agencies such as child care programs may not receive their government grants if a shutdown occurs.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein dies at age 90
Feinstein was one of the chamber's few remaining veterans of the so-called Year of the Woman, and was the longest-serving woman in Senate history.
Seven years after passage, Illinois’ first in string of recent abortion protections gets day in court
Crisis pregnancy centers contend they shouldn’t be forced to convey ‘benefits’ of procedure.
Who will replace Dianne Feinstein in the Senate?
Feinstein's death has put new pressure on California's governor to replace her quickly, and is shining a spotlight on the 2024 campaign for her seat.
Families struggling to find affordable child care
As the deadline for government spending comes closer, over $50 billion will disappear from the child care industry. Parents are now finding alternatives to daycare.
National celebration for former president Jimmy Carter coming this Saturday
The Carter Presidential Library is organizing a birthday party for the 99-year-old Jimmy Carter. The party was moved up due to the impending government shutdown.
Lawmakers running out of time, spending bills stalling in Congress
This Friday lawmakers on Capitol Hill are trying to reach a settlement before the spending deadline passes.
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