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Poor People's Campaign to begin 40 days of action next month
Organizers are rekindling an economic justice effort the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was planning when he was killed 50 years ago
House Speaker Paul Ryan trying to get GOP on board with bipartisan budget deal
For many conservatives, the half-trillion-dollar price tag is a nonstarter.
Senate leaders reach sweeping spending deal
Bipartisan Senate leaders reached an agreement Wednesday on a sweeping spending deal.
Government shutdown: Did Democrats cave?
"The View" co-hosts discuss who came away from the government shutdown in a position of power.
Government reopens after 3-day shutdown
Congress agreed to the short-term funding bill after Senate Republicans provided assurances to Democrats that immigration and other contentious issues would soon be addressed.
Trump signs funding bill to end shutdown, immigration debate continues
Following passage in the Senate and House, President Donald Trump on Monday night signed a bill to fund the government for three weeks and end the three-day-long federal government shutdown. Congress had agreed to the short-term funding bill earlier Monday after Senate Republicans provided
Trump 'pleased that Democrats have come to their senses' on shutdown
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders released a statement from President Trump and took questions at the daily briefing.
Senate votes to end debate, setting up vote to conclude shutdown
Leaders from both parties expressed confidence in a path to 60 votes on immigration reform.
Lawmakers react to government shutdown with hashtags #TrumpShutdown, #SchumerShutdown
It didn't take long lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to react to the government shutdown at 12:01 a.m. While Republicans included the hashtag #SchumerShutdown, pointing the blame on the Sen. Chuck Schumer , Democrats opted for the #TrumpShutdown hashtag in their tweets. #TrumpShutdown appeared
Sen. McConnell: I will keep the Senate in session over the weekend to vote again
The Senate Majority Leader said the "government may be heading into shutdown, but the Senate's not."