House Republicans recommended eliminating the budget for the Labor Department's Women's Bureau. Here's what could be lost if that happens.
With Congress approaching another funding deadline, we consider some of the practical effects if lawmakers don't avoid a government shutdown.
Yet another shutdown is in sight, raising questions about which government services and operations will still be available.
House Republicans are considering different funding expiration dates for different parts of government, instead of one deadline for all.
What developments in the House could mean for a potential government shutdown, funding for Ukraine and more.
The U.S. government is obligated by treaty to provide certain services to tribal nations. Shutdowns force tribes to take on those costs.
Funds earmarked for the force's temporary raise last year are running out, as firefighters deal with longer wildfire seasons and more severe fires caused by climate change.
The term is a bit misleading: Some government programs keep running even if their workers go unpaid. We asked experts for alternative terms.
The threat comes just when the Federal Reserve really needs a clear picture of how the economy is doing.
Workers have been paid after past shutdowns, albeit late. But there's no guarantee they will after any future shutdown.