President Barack Obama will be visiting Maryland tomorrow to check in with Rockville's M. Luis Construction, one of uncounted businesses that stand to suffer from the budget stalemate.
Furloughed federal government workers in Virginia may have free time to enjoy the great fall weather, but the shutdown is keeping them from legally using the popular Mt. Vernon Trail.
The government shutdown has been bad news for campers, surfers and others hoping to enjoy Assateague Island before the weather gets too cold.
A move to pay for city workers to stay on the job has been approved by the D.C. Council, after the federal government shutdown threatened to shutter D.C.'s doors.
The federal government is closed, but that doesn't mean that every government service you rely on will be unavailable. Here's what's open and what's closed.
Federal employees of all types across the D.C. region are bracing for the possibility of a government shutdown, with all the anxiety and financial hardship that comes with it.
Diane and her guests discuss the politics of the government shutdown and budget battles in Washington.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say they're working to avoid a government shutdown, but if they fail, it's federal workers and those who rely on their services that will be left holding the bag.
In the past, when the federal government shut down, so did the District. Lawmakers are now considering a bill which would keep the city running in direct opposition to federal law.
With a majority of Americans blaming Republicans for the shutdown, lawmakers feel new urgency to come to a resolution. The latest on the budget impasse in Washington.
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