How long can the US avoid a government shutdown?
Talking Point The latest deal moves the fight to January
House passes GOP spending bill as Democrats shrug off 'goofy' laddered structure
Speed Read House Speaker Mike Johnson had to rely on Democrats to fund the government through at least Jan. 19, though some found his methods a little bizarre
By Peter Weber, The Week US PublishedSpeed Read
'Let the panic over Donald Trump's immigration policy begin'
Instant Opinion Opinion, comment and editorials of the day
By Harold Maass, The Week US PublishedInstant Opinion
Mike Johnson comes face to face with a familiar crisis
Talking Point With a government shutdown looming (again), can an untested House speaker pull his party together in time?
By Rafi Schwartz, The Week US PublishedTalking Point
'The beginning of the end'
Instant opinion Opinion, comment and editorials of the day
By Harold Maass PublishedInstant opinion
Why is the government on the brink of a shutdown?
Today's Big Question GOP infighting is bringing the country to a standstill, but even Republicans aren't entirely sure why
By Rafi Schwartz PublishedToday's Big Question
How could a government shutdown affect you financially?
The Explainer The status of various food, housing, and loan programs may become uncertain if the government shuts down
By Becca Stanek PublishedThe Explainer
Will Democrats save Kevin McCarthy's speakership?
Today's Big Question On the eve of a likely government shutdown, the speaker is left with no good choices
By Joel Mathis PublishedToday's Big Question