Battles also lie ahead over climate talks, Obamacare and Planned Parenthood.
As lawmakers mull the aftermath of the Paris attacks, they’ll keep working on a highway bill and a handful of other measures.
Plan is due around Dec. 13; House session this week could help gauge political tone.
Bill would reopen government, funding agencies through Jan. 15.
Closings prompt some to think about other lines of work.
The government has about a week left before it will be unable to pay all its bills.
Effects reach far beyond the Beltway.
From SSA to NSF, employees are antsy to get back on the job.
Public servants share stories of what citizens are missing during the shutdown.
Negative views make it hard to recruit the ablest young people, analysts say.
Program looks at finances, divorce, online activity.
Only 21% of respondents said not enough government power is a greater danger.
She allegedly wrote: 'You will have to kill me and my family before you get my guns.'
Deal with Russia could be worded to avoid lawmakers, administration says.
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