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President Obama will veto a House bill that would make appropriations for the Defense Department for the remaining six months in this budget year.
From around the Twittersphere, what are people saying about a possible government shutdown?
The two sides in the budget debate disagree about much more than just the dollar amounts. AP's Mark Smith explains.
Budget talks continued overnight. As a sign of how things went, a new CR is being prepared and CNN's Bob Constantini tells us feds are being told to turn in time sheets, just in case.
Feds on the street talk about the possibility of being furloughed with WFED's Kristi King.
The largest federal employees' union has filing a lawsuit against the Obama administration for failing to provide details of agencies' shutdown plans. Attorney Bill Bransford breaks it down for us.
The federal government's list of emergency network security personnel has not been updated in 15 years.
Military members would continue to earn wages in the event of an April 8 shutdown of the federal government, but they'd have to wait to collect them until Congress agrees on a budget, a senior administration official said.
If you are worried about the effect of a shutdown on your paycheck, tax refund or Social Security check there are two informal hotlines (one for Republicans and one for Democrats) you can reach out to. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey requests you let us know how that works out, okay?
Federal News Radio is closely following the prospect of a federal shutdown and how it would affect federal workers.