The CDC will retain some of its staff, but limited resources may slow its public health analysis and reports.
Republicans took the brunt of criticism when parks and monuments closed during the 2013 shutdown.
A late-night vote in Congress has not averted a government shutdown.
New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez could face another corruption trial after his first trial ended with a deadlocked jury.
The Supreme Court will finally decide whether President Trump's efforts to block travel from six Muslim-majority countries are legal.
Carl Higbie stepped down from his post after CNN uncovered discriminatory comments he'd made on various radio segments.
There are worldwide sister demonstrations of the Women's March.
The Department of Homeland Security removed Haiti, Belize and Samoa from its lists of countries eligible for H-2A and H-2B visas.
The fight for women's rights in America has been an ongoing battle for over a century.
Federal officials say the Federal Emergency Management Agency will distribute a loan once Puerto Rico's cash balance decreases.
President Donald Trump said his border wall plan hasn't changed, but White House chief of staff John Kelly reportedly said it has.
Tillerson gave the policy speech at Stanford University.