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Lawmakers reach agreement on spending level as deadline nears

Negotiations on a package of spending bills to fund the federal government have produced a key breakthrough, though considerably more work is needed to wrap up the long-delayed measures.

To avoid a shutdown, one-month spending bill goes to president

Impeachment is not the only topic on Capitol Hill. The Republican-led Senate managed to pass a short-term spending bill on Thursday that would allow the government to operate until December 20, 2019.

Tax cuts and spending bill leave U.S. in sea of red ink

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) on Monday issued a gloomy forecast for the nation's budget deficit in its first report since President Donald Trump signed last year’s tax cut and this year’s big spending bill.

NASA receives $20.7 billion in omnibus appropriations bill

Washington - The White House’s original $19.9 billion NASA budget request proposed cuts to a number of Earth Science programs. However, the omnibus spending bill signed today gives NASA more than $20.7 billion, far above the original request.

Op-Ed: President Obama threatens to default on US loans

President Obama has steadfastly refused to negotiate with House Republicans on funding the government, and the end result could be defaulting on US debts. Some are calling the President petulant, others simply call him childish and self absorbed.

Report: Gray wolf numbers in decline in Northern Rockies

Silver City - A new government report shows gray wolf populations in the Northern Rockies declined in 2010, due largely to aerial shooting and federal trappings against the endangered species that a conservation group calls “heavy-handed.”

U.S. Senate passes $1.1 trillion spending bill

United States Senate on Sunday passed an epic spending bill worth $1.1 trillion that would see budgets in key sectors go up and also a two per cent increased salary for federal workers.

Bush signs $555 billion spending bill

When you think Congress has had enough time spending money they seem to find a way to spend even more. President George Bush has yet again signed a $555-billion bill Wednesday to keep government agencies running and to further fund the Iraq War.

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