government shutdown


Schools prepare for government shutdown no matter what

Sep 29, 2015
This shut down may be avoided, but another one looms in just a few months.
Posted In: government shutdown, Education, head start

Veterans, abortion and DC’s broken business model

Sep 24, 2015
To keep the government running, a bill becomes a legislative vehicle.
Posted In: Congress, government shutdown, veterans, Iran, Planned Parenthood
Federal Reserve Board Chairwoman Janet Yellen answers questions at a news conference following a Federal Open Market Committee meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. The committee reaffirmed its view that the current target range for the federal funds rate

Weekly Wrap: Interest rates and government shutdowns

Sep 18, 2015
Leigh Gallagher and David Gura join Kai Ryssdal to recap the week that was.
Posted In: Weekly Wrap, government shutdown, interest rates, Federal Reserve, republican debate

Congress is back in town

Sep 8, 2014
What will and won’t be happening in Congress in advance of midterms.
Posted In: Congress, government shutdown, election

Steel manufacturing going strong

Dec 11, 2013
Steel industry is picking up post-government shutdown.
Posted In: steel, government shutdown, Congress, Small Business

Private providers fill the void of the federal data pipeline

Oct 11, 2013
Analysts, executives, and journalists are left with a patchwork of numbers put together by private firms and academics in the absence of federal data during the partial government shutdown.
Posted In: government shutdown 2013, government shutdown

Markets upbeat as Washington talks

Oct 10, 2013
Investors seemed pleased that politicians in Washington were discussing a plan, and that lawmakers from both parties met with President Obama.
Posted In: government shutdown, government shutdown 2013, debt ceiling

Government shutdown causes problems online too

Oct 1, 2013
The shutdown is causing many federal agencies -- and their websites -- to close down.
Posted In: Tech, government shutdown, Congress

Market reaction to shutdown is muted today, but won't stay that way for long

Oct 1, 2013
But failure by Congress to raise the debt ceiling would get a much stronger reaction than we're seeing this morning.
Posted In: government shutdown, debt ceiling, market reaction