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A park ranger won a $29.5 million lottery jackpot while she was furloughed during the government shutdown
Judith Smith, of Bayonne, New Jersey, was announced the winner of the $29.5 million Dec. 17, 2018 Pick-6 Jackpot on Wednesday.
White House chief of staff says Trump would consider shutting down the government again just 48 hours after ending the longest shutdown in US history
48 hours after the end of the longest US government shutdown in history, acting White House chief of staff said Trump would be willing to do it again.
The Coast Guard is about to miss their 2nd paychecks from the government shutdown — and a top officer is warning them about ‘misinformatio...
Active-duty and retired Coast Guard members are about to miss their second paycheck, and service leaders are telling them to look for assistance.
The government shutdown is in day 35 and has shattered the record for the longest shutdown in history
The length of all government shutdowns, who was in control of the White House and Congress, and whether employees were sent home, all in one chart.
The only military branch affected by the government shutdown is about to miss its 2nd paycheck, and its leaders are sounding off
Many Coast Guard members live paycheck to paycheck, and the looming possibility of missing a second one has caused real hardship.
Social Security and disability checks will still be sent to recipients and beneficiaries for the duration of the partial government shutdown.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, called food stamps, will be paid in January and February despite the government shutdown.
The government shutdown is now the longest on record and the fight between Trump and Democrats is only getting uglier. Here’s everything you mis...
There's no end in sight for the border wall government shutdown as President Donald Trump and Democrat leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer dig in.
Unpaid Coast Guard members are deploying for a months-long mission in the Pacific — at home, their bosses are warning about their houses
The Coast Guard cutter Bertholf deployed to the Pacific on January 20, amid a government shutdown that has families worried about basic expenses.
Most Americans would rather spend the $5 billion Trump is demanding for the border wall on infrastructure, education, or healthcare
President Donald Trump's $5 billion US-Mexico border wall demand isn't popular and most Americans want the money to go to options like healthcare.