The government shutdown, in photos
Updated 12:16 PM EST, Mon January 28, 2019
The longest government shutdown in US history -- 35 days -- ended on Friday, January 25, when President Donald Trump announced a deal to reopen the government temporarily through February 15.
Parts of the federal government shut down December 22 after the White House and Congress failed to reach a spending deal in an impasse over money for a border wall. Funding expired for roughly a quarter of the government, including the departments of Homeland Security, Justice and Housing and Urban Development.