The upper chamber adjourned for the weekend at 4 p.m.
Lawmakers in both chambers will also be briefed by the White House on ISIS.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid filed cloture on a constitutional amendment meant to reverse two recent Supreme Court decisions on campaign spending.
The House will vote on a bill to allow individuals to keep their insurance plans under the healthcare law, while the Senate continues debating a constitutional amendment on campaign spending.
The House is expected to vote on a resolution condemning the Obama administration for not giving advance notice of the exchange of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban prisoners.
The Senate will consider nominations and an amendment to the Constitution to overturn the Citizens United decision, while the House will vote on suspension bills.
Congress is under pressure to pass a short-term funding bill to avoid a shutdown.
GOP Leader Mitch McConnell called it a "partisan effort to weaken the First Amendment."
Votes on border legislation, highway funding and reforming the VA are expected.
“There will be no weekends off,” the Democratic leader said.