Federal employees are bracing themselves for their second missed paycheck. If the government doesn't reopen today in time to make payroll, some 800,000 workers won't get paid for a second pay cycle in a row.
Meanwhile, some members of Congress are also refusing their paychecks in a show of solidarity.
So far, 102 members of Congress say they will turn down their paychecks during the partial government shutdown, according to social media posts and statements reviewed by CNN. That comprises 20 senators and 82 representatives, with members from both parties making up a similar proportion of those going without pay.