Lawmakers have five days to reach a deal on funding the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Funding for DHS expires Friday at midnight.
Reid: GOP "simply cannot govern"; Durbin: Speaker is "out of cards."
GOP rep responded he was "disappointed to see some of the tempers that boil over here."
The House GOP's No Child Left Behind rewrite has a shaky vote count.
He said the Speaker is "torn between what's right and the hard right."
Both the DHS stopgap funding bill and the No Child Left Behind rewrite have shaky vote counts.
Four Democrats crossed the aisle to vote with the GOP.
The legislation, passed 68-31, would fund the department through the end of September.