In what has become a grueling routine in the deeply divided House and Senate, the game uses the threat of a shutdown to try to score political points.
Republicans say they will shut the government down if they don’t get their way.
Will arguments before the court sway the judges, or has the right-wing majority made up its mind?
Her 30 years of experience in Congress shows her ability to navigate the roadblocks of a divided Congress
The rambling, vitriolic GOP leader capped a decisive week for a partisan Congress.
The scruffy ally of Donald Trump, pardoned for some other crimes, now faces new ones for refusing to reply to subpoena.
With only a few exceptions, now shunned by others of their party, most Republicans, without hesitation, support Trump’s lies about the election and the violence and extreme rhetoric we saw from him and all his supporters.
The House gave him the approval he needed, but the Senate will be a tough fight