Government Shutdown Videos
The Government Shutdown Explained (Like You're an Idiot)
So, it's happened. Congress could not agree on a budget and the U.S. federal government has shut down all non-essential services. Hundreds of thousands of government workers have been furloughed without knowing when they will return to work. Oh my God! Oh
Trump tweets that he will ban bump stocks
The president acknowledged the nationwide gun control rallies planned for today.
Trump signs spending bill despite veto threat
Hi there and welcome to a special edition of the briefing room coming out pretty extraordinary event over at the White House for the president. Society massive omnibus spending bill on ABC news political director Rick Klein joined here by Katherine folders and are let science. I want to start with
President Trump threatens to veto $1.3 trillion spending bill
President Donald Trump on Friday sent a shockwave through Washington with a surprise tweet threatening to veto the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill passed by Congress.
Trump lawyer, national security adviser out at WH
National Security adviser Gen. H.R. McMaster will be replaced by John Bolton while John Dowd, the president's lead personal attorney on the Russia investigation, has resigned.
Stock market stumbles as Dow drops 724 points
China announced it may retaliate after President Trump announced tariffs against the country.
Trump signs action imposing tariffs on China
Trump took aim at the trade deficit with China as the House passed a spending bill to fund the government.
Congress unveils $1.3 trillion spending bill as shutdown looms
ABC News' chief White House correspondent, Jonathan Karl, reports on the reaction to the spending bill that needs to pass before Friday to avoid a government shutdown.
Sanders: Trump didn't discuss election meddling in Putin call
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders took questions on Trump's phone call with Putin and the Russia investigation.
Sanders disputes reports of potential McMaster firing
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said chief of staff John Kelly reassured staffers that "people shouldn't be concerned."