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Here's a look at what was affected by the 2018-2019 partial government shutdown, and some of the longer-term impacts as things get back up and running.

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The partial shutdown was not expected to have much of an effect on holiday plans. The post office stayed open for mailing last-minute gifts, and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents ...

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Trump signed bill to reopen government after both the House and Senate passed a short-term spending bill. The House voted 266-150 and the Senate voted 81-18 to apporove measures to end the ...

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IRS won't issue refunds during shutdown. If the shutdown continues into the tax filing season, the IRS could recall additional staff, according to a union official. The agency still won't issue ...

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The Senate failed to reach a deal to fund the government, officially shutting down the government for the first time since 2013. Federal agencies have been preparing for the possibility of a ...

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The law requires the IRS to hold these refunds until Feb. 15 to provide time for review and limit fraud; the soonest refunds of this sort would reach bank accounts is Feb. 27. Refunds are a major ...

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U.S. troops will stay at their posts and mail will get delivered, but almost half of the 2 million civilian federal workers will be barred from doing their jobs if the shutdown extends into Monday.

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Government shutdown could cancel more than 100,000 immigration hearings this month, study finds. By Kate Smith January 14, 2019 / 4:41 PM / CBS News

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Even with minor savings from the shutdown, the Treasury Department - still responsible for Social Security, Medicare, and military payments - would likely exhaust its bank account by Nov. 1.

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American voters have little appetite for a government shutdown, according to a Politico/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday.. Sixty-five percent of voters surveyed said lawmakers should take ...

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WASHINGTON - The government shutdown will furlough roughly 800,000 federal workers, including Talana Morton-Smith, who is an IT specialist with the National Endowment for the Humanities. "We have ...

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A government shutdown is having far-reaching consequences for some, but minimal impact on others. Mail is being delivered. Social Security and Medicare benefits continue to flow. But vacationers ...

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When did the government shutdown start. This is a partial government shutdown. A number of departments and agencies are funded through September 2019, thanks to previously passed appropriations bills.

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No phone or email for inmates at 3 federal prisons in effort to fight virus; ... How would a government shutdown affect the U.S. economy? ... As for the FAA, which has already seen numerous ...

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The Executive Office of Immigration Review declined to comment on the status of the courts after the shutdown. CBS News spoke with six immigration attorneys, all of which have at least one client ...

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Partial government shutdown likely to be delayed because of George H.W. Bush's death. By Ed O'Keefe and Major Garrett December 1, 2018 / 9:17 PM / CBS News

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In the event of a shutdown, the federal government does not actually stop functioning entirely: activities and employees deemed "excepted" (in 1995, the terminology used was "essential") to ...

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But cases would continue to be heard. Mail Deliveries would continue as usual because the U.S. Postal Service receives no tax dollars for day-to-day operations.

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McCaskill tried to fast-track a bill to a vote around 1:30 a.m. to keep the military members paid. McConnell objected, saying, "My hope is that we can restore funding for the entire government ...

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The government shutdown has entered its second week, with President Trump and congressional Democrats still at an impasse over funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall.

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McCaskill tried to fast-track a bill to a vote around 1:30 a.m. to keep the military members paid. McConnell objected, saying, "My hope is that we can restore funding for the entire government ...

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The Environmental Protection Agency is winding down operations this week as the partial U.S. government shutdown drags on, out of cash to keep the federal agency running.The Smithsonian has closed ...

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U.S. consumer confidence tumbled this month to its lowest reading in a year and a half, tested by the partial government shutdown and roiling financial markets.

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ozzyman314 posted... & blatantly obstructing a SCJ all because Garland never got a hearing. If Republicans had any scruples at all they would have at least given him that, even if it was just them overwhelmingly swatting him down.

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Will they do it? Or will the senate pass something at the last minute? Who will get blamed? My guess is that republicans will get blamed, but only if they can't get all 51 members on board.

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FCC will suspend most activity as government shutdown drags on. The agency's 5G wireless spectrum auction is still a go, but forget about filing a consumer complaint.

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Murder hornets are the newest lethal threat in the U.S. Judge dismisses US women's national soccer team's claim for equal pay; Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway lost $50 billion in first quarter

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WASHINGTON --Time running short, Republicans and Democrats agreed Tuesday on a $1.1 trillion spending bill to avoid a government shutdown and delay a politically-charged struggle over President ...

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Companies got PPP loans — and want millions more from investors ... had all her guests cancel their stay because Mount Rushmore is closed Oct 12, 2013 ... Government shutdown drives up jobless ...

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Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants, has explicitly called for a general strike to end the shutdown. "If there were a time for the labor movement to speak up, the time ...

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Some of the 800,000 government employees working without pay or on furlough since the shutdown started on Dec. 22, along with thousands of contract workers, are also turning to Twitter using the ...

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Government shutdown suspends all athletics at service academies The United States government shutdown has suspended all football activities for Navy, Army, and Air Force.

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At least two federal employee unions, AFGE and NTEU, have filed suits on behalf of workers who haven't been paid during the shutdown. AFGE sued on Dec. 31, on behalf of two Bureau of Prisons ...

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About 42,000 Coast Guard members are working without pay through the shutdown, having been deemed "essential" employees. An additional 10,000 civilian workers have been furloughed.

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(MoneyWatch) While Social Security checks will continue to go out after the government shutdown, some folks making calls to their Social Security office may find their calls unanswered.

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FEMA said it will no longer sell new flood insurance policies through private insurers "due to the lapse in appropriations" for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) that it runs. The NFIP ...

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As the U.S. government's partial shutdown stretched into its 21st day Friday, federal workers who've been furloughed or forced to work without pay are scrambling to avoid getting dinged by lenders ...

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Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney agree on legislation to make over Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, including allowing the state insurance commissioner to determine a range for the ...

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Instead, look into borrowing against your retirement account. Federal law allows workers to borrow up to 50 percent of their Thrift Savings Plan account balance, with a maximum of $50,000. Look ...

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Washington - Delta Air Lines can't get eight new aircraft in the air. Roughly a million government employees and contractors aren't being paid. Some Americans who are trying to start small ...

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Trump signed bill to reopen government after both the House and Senate passed a short-term spending bill. The House voted 266-150 and the Senate voted 81-18 to apporove measures to end the ...

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Negotiations appeared virtually stalled on Capitol Hill late Saturday, as Republicans and Democrats hold firm to their positions after a government shutdown went into effect Saturday at midnight.

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Government shutdown begins: Congress fails to agree on spending bill. By Rebecca Kaplan, Stephanie Condon ... "What our members want is fairness for the American people." He argued that since ...

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WASHINGTON — The Senate on Tuesday approved a wide-ranging, $854 billion bill that funds the military and a host of civilian agencies for the next year and provides a short-term fix to keep the ...

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Trump signs bill to reopen government for 3 weeks, ending longest-ever shutdown. By Grace Segers Updated on: January 25, 2019 / 9:33 PM / CBS News

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The government shutdown could impact the Coast Guard's "mission readiness," since it's the only military branch that doesn't get paid, a Coast Guard spokesman told CBS News Thursday.

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Republicans' major victory in the measure is a boost to defense spending -- a $25 billion increase for the U.S. military over the 2016 level. The bill includes more than $76 billion for the ...

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Government shutdown delays launch of new tech products. It’s day 21 of the US government shutdown, and the tech industry is starting to feel the heat.

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As the U.S. government's partial shutdown stretched into its 21st day Friday, federal workers who've been furloughed or forced to work without pay are scrambling to avoid getting dinged by lenders ...

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11 Jan 2019 ... Visit accessNebraska.ne.gov. Rettig said the state prefers that people try the online avenue first because the phone lines have already been ...

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26 Mar 2020 ... “However, the county government remains open for business online and by phone and mail.” The full list of government services available to ...

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17 Feb 2020 ... While the federal holiday allows many of us a long weekend to get some extra errands in, it also means a variety of services will be closed.

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28 Jun 2017 ... The most federal of all federal holidays is here. Here's what to ... Don't expect banks, government offices and mail carriers to do the same, however. Here's a ... FedEx will have modified hours and service on Monday, July 3.

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Thanksgiving is the new Black Friday -- or, at least it is for retailers like Walmart and Best Buy. Here are the major stores that are scheduled to open on Thursday, Nov. 24, and their opening ...

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15 Apr 2019 ... Patriots' Day is a Massachusetts state holiday, which is held on the third Monday of April to commemorate the 1775 battles of Lexington and ...

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12 Apr 2019 ... Patriots Day is a state holiday in Massachusetts, Maine (which was a part of the Bay State until the early 19th century) and Wisconsin. Starting ...

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24 Dec 2019 ... Is there mail delivery? Is the ... Restaurants, stores, banks, UPS, mail delivery, stock markets, malls ... Both will re-open on Thursday, Dec. 26.

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4 Jul 2017 ... The most federal of all federal holidays is here. Here's what to ... Don't expect banks, government offices and mail carriers to do the same, however. Here's a ... FedEx will have modified hours and service on Monday, July 3.

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14 Feb 2020 ... The United States Postal Service will not deliver mail on Presidents Day. UPS will continue services. FedEx home delivery will be operational, ...

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19 Jan 2020 ... No, United States Postal Service offices will be closed. Is there mail ... There will be no mail delivery on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. FedEx and ...

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