With a bipartisan $1.37 trillion spending package nearly on its way to the House floor, a government shutdown over the holidays is appearing less likely.
Three issues have the best chances of passing before year's end as Congress tackles its to-do list while House Democrats decide whether to impeach the president.
On Thursday, President Trump signed an executive order that made the 1.9 percent pay raise promised to federal employees earlier this year official.
On February 15, President Trump signed a spending bill with a 1.9 percent pay increase for General Schedule employees.
On Friday, President Trump signed a spending bill that gives Federal GS employees an average 1.9 percent pay raise, but when will the changes take effect? Find out everything you need to know about the 2019 GS pay scale, new localities, back pay and more.
But the president himself isn't profiting.
They want the government to "maintain and strengthen" the Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism and create a new office for domestic issues.
The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) strongly criticized Washington for funding Afghanistan billions of dollars and fueling corruption.
Who won and who lost as lawmakers head home for the holidays?
TVs, DVD players and mini-fridges were required in every room, according to the report.
A new Defense Department audit found that the employees used their government-issued credit cards for personal use.
A VA surgeon who reported a co-worker's time card fraud was relocated to a dirty closet and then demoted.
An annual report comparing healthcare across Europe shows Britain falling from 14th to 16th.
The bill's passing exposed fraying unity among President Obama's Democrats.
House leaders are debating whether to bring the "cromnibus" to a vote or rush a resolution to keep the government funded on a short-term basis.
Lawmakers are easing restrictions on big donors and Wall Street.
According to a report, public expenditure will fall by £23.5 billion by 2019-20, its lowest level in 80 years
House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner will try to sell fellow Republicans this week on a government spending bill that avoids a shutdown fight but allows the party to strike back at President Barack Obama's immigration order.
Medicare pays two times the retail price for erectile dysfunction treatment.