The U.S. House and Senate have not reached an agreement on a continuing resolution to fund the government. If they do not do so by midnight Monday, the government will shut down at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday. Here is a running log of the action in Washington from CNN's Political Ticker on CNN.com.
10:34 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
And at this hour this latest house gop move not going to avoid a shutdown
10:31 p.m. ET: Jim Acosta @JimAcostaCNN
POTUS has now signed military pay bill into law.
10:27 p.m. ET: Lisa Desjardins @AskLisaD
ICYMI: House leaders next move - vote to go to conference with the Senate over the CR. (Which FYI was a @SenRandPaul idea ystrday).
10:26 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
Next House GOP vote - repass last version of house CR and request a conference w/Senate to work out differences on spending bill
10:23 p.m. ET: Dana Bash @DanaBashCNN
I'm told house republicans plan to revote on their cr w obamacare provisions and appoint conferees - negotiators - to sit down w senators
10:11 p.m. ET: Lisa Desjardins @AskLisaD
ROUND 4: House Rules committee to meet at 10:30p ET.
10 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
Nunes says there will be another House vote tonight but also says "the government is going to shutdown...now I don't know for how long."
9:53 p.m. ET: Jim Acosta @JimAcostaCNN
A sign we are shutting down... POTUS will sign bill passed by Congress guaranteeing pay for active duty military in the event of a shutdown.
9:49 p.m. ET: Dana Bash @DanaBashCNN
senate will be in at least thru 11p...
9:49 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
GOP Sen Moran jokes to reporters as he crosses over to House side - worked better when I was here!
9:42 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
Hot potato back to the house , little more than 2 hours to shutdown
9:41 p.m. ET: For the second time Monday, the Senate has rejected a House Republican effort to derail Obamacare tied to a proposal that would avert a government shutdown at midnight. The Democratic-controlled Senate voted to table amendments that would have delayed the individual mandate in the health care law and eliminated health insurance premium subsidies for members of Congress, their staffs and the president. House Republicans are expected to meet to discuss their next steps.
by CNN's Steve Almasy 9:41 PM