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Spending Bill Remains Up in the Air as New Shutdown Deadline Approaches

The government is only funded through Wednesday, and the tax extenders deal is unfinished.

Play of the Day: 'W' Examines the Republican Presidential Field

Will Ferrell reprises his impression on Saturday Night Live to deconstruct the GOP race.

Republican presidential contenders take the stage for their Nov. 10 debate.

Presidential Hopefuls Should Debate Government Management, Says Volcker

Ex-Fed chairman warns of crisis in trust on release of new report listing agency mishaps.

USPS Looking for Ways to Sell Its $3.6B Brand to Boost Revenue

Inspector general thinks the trusted Postal Service can better leverage its name.

Obama Signs Bill Pushing Back Shutdown Deadline 5 Days

The continuing resolution gives lawmakers some time to finalize omnibus spending bill.

Play of the Day: That Eagle Thought Trump's Hair Was a Nest

Late-night TV has more on the confrontation between the real estate mogul and a bald eagle.

Two American symbols in happier times.

Play of the Day: Trump Versus Eagle

Time releases behind-the-scenes video of its shoot with the GOP frontrunner.

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (left) and Speaker Paul Ryan leave a press conference after a GOP caucus meeting.

Talks to Avoid a Shutdown Will Drag on Another Week

Congress will approve another short-term spending bill to give negotiators on omnibus and tax packages more time.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., is a sponsor of the bill.

Bill to Curb Fraud Through Data Analytics Clears House Panel

Meadows plan would create multi-agency working group chaired by U.S. controller.

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has said Congress won't allow agencies to go unfunded.

The Shutdown Fight Neither Party Wants

With Congress running out of time to pass a major spending bill, Republicans will try to keep the government open through the weekend.