Government Shutdown Looms with Nine Days Left
House Republicans have made little progress in negotiations, leading to growing concerns of a government shutdown.
Despite the looming deadline, House GOP leadership cancels planned votes, raising questions about progress.
Rep. Cory Mills, R-Fla., emphasizes the urgency of addressing spending issues and advocates for working through the August recess.
Hardline conservative lawmakers' rejection of a defense spending bill adds to Speaker McCarthy's challenges in securing a funding deal.
Lawmakers receive a notice suggesting they may need to return to Washington for a vote, highlighting the uncertainty of the situation.
Rep. Marc Molinaro, R-N.Y., describes the infighting and dysfunction within the House Republican caucus.
Moderate GOP lawmakers explore a discharge petition as a potential solution to pass government funding legislation and avoid a shutdown.
Lawmakers, including Rep. Mike Lawler, R-N.Y., express their opposition to a government shutdown and their commitment to preventing it.
Explore the potential consequences of a government shutdown, affecting federal employees, services, and essential functions.