The deal opens the government temporarily and gives Congress a chance to debate security at the country's southern border.
Trump announced the agreement to break the 35-day impasse as intensifying delays at the nation's airports and widespread disruptions brought new urgency to efforts to resolve the standoff.
In a statement, the FAA cited a "slight increase in sick leave at two facilities" for the delays.
The first bill would have provided $5.7 billion to build President Donald Trump’s wall on the southern border while extending three years’ protection to some unauthorized immigrants. The second ...
Newark hosted a job fair for the needed manpower of the upcoming 2020 census. A diverse group of applicants reflected the demography of the city that is considered to be a "hard-to-count" region.
Some 1,000 federal employees in New Jersey have applied for unemployment benefits. Meanwhile, facing a 10 percent absenteeism rate nationwide, the TSA brought in outside staff to fill in for unpaid ...
The FDA is inspecting only about one-third of the 160 facilities it normally checks and is focusing on following up on emergencies, responding to recalls and outbreaks and also looking at high-risk ...
On Saturday, the federal shutdown will become the longest on record.
If the shutdown goes past Saturday, it would become the longest shutdown in federal government history.
After President Trump's national address and the Congressional Democrats' response, both sides still can't come to a compromise, dragging out the government shutdown that has now entered Day 19.
Top New Jersey Democrats launch a pre-emptive media strike ahead of the president's televised national address.
With the partial federal government shutdown entering its third week, airports are beginning to feeling the strain.
The president said both sides are sending representatives to a meeting this weekend to find funding for the wall and a solution to end the shutdown
The standoff continues. At issue is President Donald Trump’s insistence on building a wall along the southern border.
In New Jersey on Day 7 of the budget impasse, about 6,700 federal workers are either furloughed or working without pay. That includes some civilians who work for the Coast Guard and are considered ...