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US Congress avoids government shutdown in last-minute deal

  • Congress approved a temporary funding bill to avoid a federal government shutdown just hours before the deadline. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer expressed relief that there will be no shutdown.
  • The threat of a government shutdown was looming until the last minute, causing uncertainty and concern among the American people. However, Congress managed to pass a temporary funding bill to keep agencies open, which President Joe Biden is expected to sign into law.
  • This development came after a day filled with twists and turns, reflecting the challenges and complexities of reaching a funding agreement. The American people can now breathe a sigh of relief knowing that government operations will continue uninterrupted.
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