Photo by John Moore/Getty Images How does the government shutdown affect higher ed? The general consensus is that immediate disruptions will be minimal for most universities: Certain campus-based financial aid programs may be …
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump's fellow Republicans rebuked the president on Wednesday after his threat to shut down the U.S. government over funding for a border wall rattled markets and cast a shadow over …
Among the people anxiously waiting to hear if Congress can reach a budget deal are front desk clerks at the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park, manufacturing executives whose companies supply goods to federal agencies, bank …
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In the hours before the United States faces a government shutdown, many people wonder what that will mean for individuals in this country. A government shutdown is defined as a situation in which the government stops …
A government shutdown this week is interrupting services and jeopardizing the paychecks of more than 800,000 federal workers. The federal government does not stop functioning completely, and by law, certain agencies must operate …
Mass layoffs of state workers, disruptions to government health services, and a loss of child care assistance. That’s only some of what’s in store under a partial government shutdown if state lawmakers can’t reach an agreement on …
Now that Congress has failed to come to a compromise on a spending bill and the government is shutting down, it’s all the more important to know what that means exactly, and how it will affect you. Here are 7 things you should know …
Though talk of a government shutdown has become customary for the month of September, recent comments from President Donald Trump over the 2018 budget has more federal employees feeling anxious about the upcoming end of …
Back when we had a divided government, with President Bush and a Democratic congress and with President Obama and a Republican Congress, we were always in danger of having the government shut down over an inability of the …