Senate leaders on Monday said they've made substantial progress toward a fiscal deal, but don't have one yet. 

“Perhaps tomorrow will be a bright day,” Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry Mason ReidGOP moves to cut debate time for Trump nominees Harry Reid: ‘The less we talk about impeachment, the better off we are’ Lobbying world MORE (D-Nev.) said on the Senate floor. “[But] we’re not quite there yet.”

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“Sen. McConnell and I have been working diligently over the last few days,” Reid said. “We’ve made tremendous progress, and we’re just not there yet. ... We’re doing our best to make everyone happy.”

GOP Senate Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellGOP moves to cut debate time for Trump nominees McConnell hits back at 'ridiculous' Chinaperson remark GOP senator: 'We were there' on immigration before talks got derailed MORE (Ky.) echoed Reid’s optimism, saying “substantial progress” was made on Monday.

The two leaders appear close to a deal that would end the shutdown, fund the government through Jan. 15 and raise the debt ceiling until February. 

Congressional leaders postponed a meeting with President Obama on Monday to give the Senate leaders more time to talk.

A meeting of the GOP conference was also put off. 

Speaker John BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerArizona GOP winner to join Freedom Caucus We need more congressional oversight on matters of war A warning to Ryan’s successor: The Speakership is no cakewalk MORE (R-Ohio) reviewed the deal under discussion on Monday afternoon.