Chris Cox of Mount Pleasant, S.C., has been tidying up around the Lincoln Memorial during the shutdown.
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Steve Vogel, Ed O’Keefe and Aaron Blake
The Pentagon agrees to have charity cover payments for military families for the shutdown’s duration.
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Federal shutdown closes Civil War battlefields as crowds gather to commemorate sesquicentennial.
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Furloughed government employees find solace in new hobby at Alexandria’s Fibre Space shop
Since Oct. 1, House Republicans have approved six bills to reopen specific parts of government and have at least eight more on the way.
Ed O'Keefe and David Beard
Several will donate, refuse or refund pay earned during the impasse. Who are they? Find out here.
Melissa d’Arabian shares her best ideas for pinching pennies on the family grocery budget.
Mayor Gray shifted his shutdown tone Tuesday, moving from it's-business-as-usual to warnings of 'severely negative consequences.'
The families of deceased military personnel cannot expect to receive the so-called "death gratuity" of $100,000.
D.C. fails to pay Metro. City misses quarterly payment because of federal government shutdown.