Government Shutdown Nears As Congress Fail To Reach Agreement
With only three days for Congress to approve legislation that would prevent the U.S. to suspend non-essential activities, party leaders are sending signals that there's no deal in sight.
Republican House of Representatives Speaker Kevin McCarthy criticized an alternative Senate bill that would fund the government temporarily.
"I look at the current Senate bill that does nothing when it deals with border security," McCarthy told CNBC in an interview Thursday, still showing optimism on a solution. "I never give up. If we have to play in the overtime to get it right,...