3:52 p.m. ET: "The House will act this evening and we will send it over to the United States Senate," Speaker of the House John Boehner said. -- Steve Almasy
3:51 p.m. ET: "After five years of being a parent I have gotten used to temper tantrums. It is just an unavoidable part of having kids. They demand something, They want a second dessert. They want another ten minutes before bedtime and if they don't get it they storm out of the room. That aspect of early human nature, the inability to deal with defeat and the unwillingness to compromise luckily that goes away over time as we get older and wiser and more thoughtful. Everywhere except for Washington," Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Connecticut -- Steve Almasy
3:48 p.m. ET: Insisting they will continue the fight over the government spending bill, House Republicans tell CNN's Dana Bash and Deirdre Walsh that they plan to amend the measure just rejected by the Senate by adding provisions that would delay the individual mandate in the health care law and eliminate federal support for health polices of members of Congress, their staff, political appointees and the president. -- Steve Almasy
3:47 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
Boehner says no clean CR
3:40 p.m. ET: An American default on its debt could do "nothing good" for the economy, either in the U.S. or abroad, former Republican Senator Judd Gregg told CNN's Christiane Amanpour on Monday.
"There are a few people in our party who don't seem to understand the process of governing," he said. -- Steve Almasy
3:09 p.m. ET: Wrapping up what CNN's Deirdre Walsh has been tweeting: House Republicans are now planning to send to the Senate a spending bill that would, in addition to keeping government running:
1) Eliminate all health care subsidies for members of Congress, aides and the executive branch; and
2) Delay Obamacare's individual mandate for one year. (The individual mandate is the requirement that virtually all Americans have health insurance or face a financial penalty.)
This comes from sources inside a House GOP meeting in Washington.
Walsh says the subsidies pay a major portion of the lawmakers' and executive branch workers' health care premiums.
"This is a hefty chunk of change that people in the federal government get to pay for their
health care," CNN's Dana Bash said. -- Jason Hanna
2:41 p.m. ET: Jim Acosta @JimAcostaCNN
Interesting that Carney did not knock down one week CR, but our CNN Hill unit reporting that Reid has said no to that.
2:39 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
House GOP still mtg, but CR will also delay Ocare indiv mandate for 1yr - in addition to repeal of fed subsidy for health care premiums
2:37 p.m. ET: Deirdre Walsh @deirdrewalshcnn
House GOP will lob CR back to sen & attach language repealing fed subsidy that covers most of h care premium for members/aides/exec branch
2:27 p.m. ET: The Senate has done the expected: It has rejected the House's spending bill, which would have kept government running but also delayed Obamacare for a year and repealed a medical device tax. The Senate vote was 54-46.
Eyes now go to the Republican-controlled House. House GOP members began meeting about a half hour ago to determine what to do next, anticipating the Senate rejection. --Jason Hanna
2:11 p.m. ET: Paul Steinhauser @psteinhauserCNN
CNN/ORC Poll: 60% say more important for Congress to avoid a shutdown than to make major changes to health care law
2 p.m. ET: Dana Bash @DanaBashCNN