Christie Signs Bill Giving Workers Back Pay Over ShutdownGov. Chris Christie has signed a bill that gives back pay to New Jersey state workers affected by this summer's three-day government shutdown.
New Jersey Government Reaches Deal Ending ShutdownSweeney and Prieto unveiled the deal at a joint news conference on Monday at the statehouse.
Christie, Lawmakers At Impasse; State Government Still ClosedThe budget stalemate between Republican Gov. Chris Christie and the Democrat-controlled Legislature smoldered on Monday with the state government shut down and state parks closed to the public.
Christie Lounges With Family On Beach At Park He Shut DownGov. Chris Christie spent part of Sunday lounging with his family on a beach at a state park he ordered closed to the public amid a government shutdown that showed little sign of ending.
Pat Toomey Angered At Closed Process That Prevented Government ShutdownPennsylvania Senator says he should've been able to propose amendments during the process that avoided a government shutdown.
Sen. Toomey Says He Opposes A Government Shutdown, Calls It A 'Blunt Weapon'We might be looking at another government shutdown similar to the more than two week long one we experienced October of last year if action is not taken.
Delaware County Man Loses Fight Over Parking During Government ShutdownA Pennsylvania runner ticketed for parking at Valley Forge National Historical Park during the government shutdown has lost his day in court.
2013 IN REVIEW: Government Shutdown Temporarily Closes Local Historic SitesThe October 2013 government shutdown cost the U.S. economy an estimated $24-Billion, including several million in lost tourist dollars when National Parks in the Philadelphia area closed.
End Of Government Shutdown Brings Philadelphia’s Historical Sites Back To LifeThe end of the government shutdown means Philadelphia's historical sites are now open for business.
Sen. Casey Hopeful That Government Brinksmanship Won't Repeat in 2014The deal struck funds the government only through mid-January, and allows the nation to borrow through February 7th.
As Government Shutdown Ends, New Citizens Sworn In at Constitution CenterForty-seven applicants from 32 countries across the globe raised their hands and recited in unison their allegiance to a new land.
After Contentious Shutdown, Valley Forge Park Reopens To VisitorsAfter a sixteen-day shutdown, the visitors' center, the theatre, the trails and the buildings are open.