Funding for the Department of Homeland Security expires Friday at midnight.
The House will consider a replacement to No Child Left Behind, while the Senate continues debate on DHS funding.
The House will vote on a bill to expand college savings plans, while the Senate awaits action on DHS funding.
The House will vote on suspensions, while the Senate currently only has lunch on the schedule.
The fourth time will not be the charm for the Senate to advance the House-passed DHS funding bill.
Only a few days are left before Homeland Security funding expires Feb. 27.
The House will vote on a package renewing tax credits for small businesses.
The House will vote to extend tax credits for charitable giving, while the Senate will confirm Ashton Carter as Defense secretary.
The House will clear a bill approving the Keystone pipeline, while the Senate currently has no votes scheduled.
The House will vote on noncontroversial suspension bills, while the Senate currently only has lunch on the schedule.