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From funding the courts to filing taxes, there are a number of deadlines complicated by the government shutdown.
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 in day 28 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.
GoFundMe campaigns to help furloughed federal employees pay their bills during government shutdown may now be in legal trouble
Federal employees who took to GoFundMe to gather extra money to pay bills during the governement shutdown may now be in legal trouble, experts say.
The University of Michigan's consumer-sentiment index dived in January as more Americans became worried about the shutdown, tariffs, and stocks.
The partial government shutdown is almost a month old, and Americans across the country are googling it in order to find out more information.
A church in Alabama gave away $16,500 worth of grocery store gift cards to furloughed federal employees
The First Baptist Church in Huntsville, Alabama, is stepping in to help those impacted by the partial government shutdown.
The government shutdown has gotten so bad that agencies are using legal loopholes to restart critical functions
Agencies including the FDA, USDA, State, and FAA are recalling furloughed employees to keep operations running during the government shutdown.
From free pizza to complimentary movies, here are 10 heartwarming ways people are helping federal employees during the government shutdown
As federal employees go another day without pay during the government shutdown, people are offering free meals and services to those in need.