Roll Call Senior Editor David Hawkings discusses the latest budget deal on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
As Congress works to avert a government shutdown before midnight Thursday, the Department of Homeland Security says the perennial cycle of shutdowns and short-term continuing resolutions has threatened readiness at the agency.
Will Congress pass another CR or shutdown the government again? Federal News Radio survey results show feds pessimistic about either outcome.
If you've been a government employee for more than month, you know what a shutdown is, and if you haven't just wait.
The House passed a six-week extension for civilian agencies and full-year appropriations for the Defense Department. The Senate is nearing a two-year spending cap deal.
With new legislation, Americans could find it more difficult to know the calorie counts of some items on restaurant menus.
Here we are, barely three weeks after the last shutdown, and already staring down the next. What do you think will happen this time?
Congress probably won't have enough time to pass a budget before this Thursday's deadline. But what will happen?
A fifth continuing resolution this fiscal year doesn't bode well for members of the local federal contracting community, which told House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) the previous four CRs have already cost them time, money and talent.
Bloomberg Government's Loren Duggan outlines for Federal Drive with Tom Temin what may happen in Congress under the CR in the next three weeks.
Federal Drive Host Tom Temin and Executive Editor Jason Miller discuss the recent government shutdown and the chances of it happening again in a few weeks.
Federal agencies and leadership take to apps such as Facebook and Twitter to remind public and employees that they're open for business
The president signed a three-week continuing resolution until law, that reopens the government and keeps it open until at least Feb. 8.
Bloomberg Government's Loren Duggan outlines the issues keeping Congress from passing a CR, budget.