Former DHS Chief: Trump Plan To Use Disaster Aid For Border Wall 'More Legally Plausible'The White House directed the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to explore using $13.9 billion in funds the corps received for disaster relief in 2018 to begin building a border wall.
Food Drive On Long Island Helps Federal Employees Furloughed During Government ShutdownFood, supplies and gift card drives launched today on Long Island. 
Tri-State Federal Workers In Dire Financial Straits As Government Shutdown Enters Third WeekOn Thursday, federal workers from New York to California rallied in hopes of ending the stalemate.
Local Federal Workers Admit They're Really Starting To Feel The Pinch From Government ShutdownTuesday marked Day 18 of the partial government shutdown and there's still no deal in sight. Several hundred thousand federal employees are facing a cash-flow crunch. They won't be paid on Friday.
President Trump Threatens To Declare National Emergency If Democrats Don't Fund His WallSunday marked the 16th day of the government shutdown. Democrat and Republican lawmakers tried negotiating over the weekend, but there's still no deal.
CBS2 Demands Answers From Sen. Schumer Over His Past Voting History On Border ControlIt may turn out to be the burning question of the government shutdown: Just what is the definition of a wall?
Gov’t Shutdown Day 12: President Trump, Congressional Leaders To Meet On Border SecurityHouse and Senate leaders are expected at the White House for a briefing on border security Wednesday. This comes as the partial government shutdown enters day 12, and Democrats are getting ready to take control of the House.
What To Expect In Second Week Of Government ShutdownThe government shutdown has entered its second week, with President Trump and congressional Democrats still at an impasse over funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall.