Everyone who's prepared to vote no has different reasons (and political motivations). Here are the four key factions in the Senate that could determine whether the government shuts down for the first time since 2013.
The federal government barreled toward a shutdown as a last-ditch meeting between President Trump and the Senate’s top Democrat produced no resolution and a senior Republican signaled a showdown vote would occur within hours. Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) dismissed the notion of a days-long funding bill, which Democrats have pursued in order to continue negotiations over the status of “dreamers,” as “an absurd idea.”
A neighbor of the Kentucky senator has agreed to plead guilty in a November attack that left the libertarian politician with six broken ribs and briefly sidelined him during debate over the tax overhaul, according to the court documents.
The trust rankings will emerge from surveys the company is conducting and are an effort to combat fake news and misinformation that spread across the social network before and after the 2016 election. The changes will also stress local news sources.
A judge in November had declared a mistrial after a jury said it was deadlocked. The New Jersey Democrat had faced 18 counts for allegedly using his office improperly to benefit a political donor, which the defense described as an attempt to criminalize a friendship.
In what will be a major examination of presidential powers, the justices will consider the third iteration of the ban issued last fall, which bars various travelers from eight countries, six of them with Muslim majorities.