Between #DemocratShutdown, #SchumerShutdown and #TrumpShutdown, who's actually to blame?
A late-night vote in Congress has not averted a government shutdown.
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer met with the president Friday to hash out a deal and avoid a government shutdown.
Senate Republicans need to convince weary Democrats to vote their way on a temporary spending bill, or the government will likely shut down.
In a tweet Friday, the president said a DACA deal won't happen without the "desperately needed wall at the southern border," among other stipulations.
Before the Senate spending bill vote, Hispanic Caucus members reportedly visited Schumer's office to urge him to get more senators to vote "no."
President Trump is set to meet with congressional leaders hours ahead of a deadline to avoid a government shutdown.
Republicans want a deadline extension, but Democrats want to figure out the budget - and a few other things - right away.
Senators blocked a proposed amendment to the tax plan they say would have only benefited Hillsdale College.
Sen. Chuck Schumer told NBC's "Meet the Press" they have more than enough support for the deal.
U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer slams the EPA for abandoning radioactive cleanup effort in Niagara County.
Democratic congressional leaders say they reached a deal with President Donald Trump to protect DACA recipients. But Trump says no deal was reached.