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Oregonians who got jobless benefits and back pay are allowed to keep both.

The states paid out of pocket to reopen their parks, now they want the federal government to pay them back.

Their resistance is receiving some pushback at home.

The funds were considered a donation.

A roundup of front pages from the regions with the highest share of federal workers.

The compromise measure does more than lift the debt ceiling and fund the government.

A compromise to reopen the government includes disaster relief after floods damaged roads and bridges.

Two thirds of Utah is federal land and the state wants it back. (And they're not alone.)

Will the shutdown be the party's impetus for change? It doesn't look likely.

Officials there were struggling to find federal employees to answer some basic budgetary questions.

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