WASHINGTON (AP) — The government shutdown will continue into Monday.
The Senate will vote at noon on Monday on whether to cut off a Democratic filibuster of legislation to end the government shutdown.
Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer said there is still no agreement to pass the stopgap funding bill.
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