Partial shutdown will continue until September.
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Bill gains bipartisan support, although 66 Republicans and 95 Democrats voted against it.
Agreement will cut $1 trillion from U.S. spending immediately and a special committee of lawmakers will seek further decreases by November.
President again calls on Americans to contact their representatives in support of a debt deal.
The debt ceiling measure was revised overnight and is expected to be defeated in the Senate.
Case has renewed concerns about the threat posed by so-called lone-wolf extremists.
As shutdown enters its second week, thousands of agency employees remain off the job.
Bill now heads to the Senate, where Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has pledged its swift defeat.
Probe does not turn up evidence to back accusations that Lt. Gen. William Caldwell told troops to manipulate lawmakers visiting Afghanistan.
Senate majority leader says there are other options besides taking up the Republican bill as is.