6:26 p.m. ET: Dana Bash @DanaBashCNN
Icymi: here is my breaking news live shot about house gop mods working on a revolt during a key vote coming up
6:23 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
Ohio Rep Steve Chabot says "I doubt it" when asked if enough Rs to defeat rule on latest gop CR , he supports plan
6:22 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
One house D Rep - Jim Matheson - who voted for last one year delay of indiv mandate says he's undecided on this latest gop pkg
6:16 p.m. ET: "The president is not interested to achieve some political gain out of this," Carney tells CNN. "He's not running for re-election again." --Steve Almasy
6:13 p.m. ET: Congress can agree on one thing: military will be paid if government shuts down --Ashley Killough
6:12 p.m. ET: "Our view is that Congress needs to act responsibly to fund the government , not attach partisan agenda items to that bill," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer. --Steve Almasy
6:10 p.m. ET: "I think (Dana Bash's report) it reflects that so much of what we've been seeing in these past days has been the result of an internal political struggle with the Republican party, and especially within the House Republican conference," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer. --Steve Almasy
6:05 p.m. ET: Jim Acosta @JimAcostaCNN
WH release: POTUS just named former Romney campaign adviser Lanhee J. Chen to Social Security Advisory Board
6:03 p.m. ET: CNN Chief Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash reports: Moderate House Republicans who want to fund the government with no strings attached are working to line up votes against the House GOP plan to fund the government while chipping away at Obamacare, multiple GOP sources involved in the effort tell CNN.
Rep. Charlie Dent, R-PA; Rep. Peter King, R-NY; and others are feverishly making calls to stage what would effectively be a revolt. They say they are hoping there are enough GOP members like them who are fed up with the tactics of the leadership that they can find enough votes to defeat the first procedural measure, known as the rule.
That would prevent the House GOP leadership from even bringing their plan up at all. Given the makeup of the GOP caucus, these House Republican moderates would need in the ballpark of 20 Republicans to agree to defy their leadership, and be willing to face what will undoubtedly be the wrath of the conservative grassroots. -- Steve Almasy
5:55 p.m. ET: Dana Bash @DanaBashCNN
CNN has learned: House GOP moderates who want a clean spending bill working to stage a revolt on the House floor.
5:48 p.m. ET: Jim Acosta @JimAcostaCNN
Obama holds his ground in NPR interview: "I shouldn't have to offer anything"
5:33 p.m. ET: Federal defense worker Rob Merritt fears he may have to file for bankruptcy if he gets furloughed from a government shutdown. Merritt was already borrowing off his credit cards to support his family of six when he was furloughed for six days during the sequester, earlier this year, CNNMoney reports
5:27 p.m. ET: Jim Acosta @JimAcostaCNN
POTUS meeting with cabinet now discussing how to manage shutdown at various departments (per WH pool)
5:17 p.m. ET: The White House just released this statement: The administration strongly opposes the House amendment to Senate-passed H.J. Res. 59, making continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2014, and for other purposes.
The Senate acted in a responsible manner on a short-term funding measure to maintain government functions and avoid a damaging government shutdown.
The House of Representatives should pass the Senate-passed H.J. Res 59, rather than propose an amendment that advances a narrow ideological agenda and threatens the Nation's economy. By including extraneous measures that have no place in a government funding bill and that the president and Senate already made clear are unacceptable,