Continuing Resolution

Trump’s Border Wall Shutdown Threats Continue, But Still Not Convincing Many Hill Republicans
 

President Donald Trump has made multiple threats to shut down the government over border wall funding, but some Republicans in Congress including leaders don’t see that as a likely scenario. 

“We have a very good understanding with the president that we want to get our appropriations done,” Speaker Paul D. Ryan said at a news conference on Thursday when asked about a possible shutdown. 

Clock’s Ticking on Deal to Dodge a Government Shutdown
 

Best of Whiteboard: Here Comes the Budget
 

Ryan Defends Short-Term CR
 

Dec. 10, 2015 House GOP Leadership Press Conference
 

Obama Would Sign Short-Term CR to Avoid Shutdown
 

The White House is signaling it would not block a short-term spending bill to avert a government shutdown should lawmakers need to keep working on a massive spending measure after the Dec. 11 deadline.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest, briefing reporters in Paris Monday, put the onus on Republican leaders to avoid a shutdown.

Ryan Outlines Appropriations Strategy
 

In pursuing a departure from "business as usual," Speaker Paul D. Ryan is crowdsourcing his members for ideas on how craft a spending deal for the remainder of fiscal 2016.

"So things are gonna be done a little differently around here," Ryan said Thursday, at his first solo news conference.