Republicans are predicting significant defections on their side of the aisle.
Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) calls his proposal the “cromnibus.”
Dems urged Rep. Hal Rogers to push a colleague to convene health hearing immediately.
Appropriators want to know how the Pentagon and Health Department will work together.
James Inhofe reportedly wants details on how the funds will impact the defense budget.
House Republicans will huddle at 9 a.m. Thursday morning to plot a way forward.
The bank may only be safe until June, leaving both sides disappointed.
A vote on a stopgap funding bill to avoid a shutdown could be as early as Thursday.
Their border bill does not include the $615 million in funding that Obama requested.
No decision has been made on the timing of a funding bill.
Republicans said the policy riders are necessary to stop costly, job-killing regulations.
Alan Nunnelee was in surgery for 12 hours.
It's not a croissant or a donut. It's a government-funding bill.
The lawmakers signaled that U.S. aid could be halted if attacks continue.
Only one-quarter of the nearly $1 billion pledged has been handed out.
The House Appropriations head says there's no way to continue efforts against ISIS on the cheap.
Boehner says a vote will come next week as GOP grapples with Obama's Syria request.
Republican leaders plan to hold a vote on the measure Thursday in the House.
The White House wanted $88 million; a source says the House bill includes $40 million.
Two-thirds of the bill's spending is directed toward security and processing immigrants.
Boehner said he expected the bill would keep the government operating into lame-duck session.
The measure marks halfway point in the House's consideration of fiscal appropriations.
The bill will fund the Departments of Transportation as well as Housing, Urban Development.
The bill would provide $51.2B in funding to the Departments of Commerce and Justice.