A partial government shutdown began early Saturday after President Donald Trump dug in his heels on his demand to fund a border wall.
Congress had until midnight Friday to either pass spending bills for seven federal agencies, or approve a stopgap spending measure that would push off a potential shutdown. After those efforts failed, the closure will affect hundreds of thousands of Americans' jobs through the holidays.
The Office of Management and Budget started notifying federal agencies Thursday that they should prepare for a shutdown. Yet since lawmakers have already funded large portions of the government through the 2019 fiscal year, the current crisis would only shut down parts of the government. The unfunded agencies make up about a quarter of the government.
This is what was expected to happen during the shutdown, as of Friday: