Congress, after a short government shutdown last night, has approved a two-year budget agreement that would provide an additional $165 billion in defense spending.
The Senate, which saw its vote delayed for hours by Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), approved the measure 71-28 after 1 a.m. The shutdown began at midnight.
The House then voted 240-186 hours later to send the bill to President Trump.
The deal was attached to a six-week continuing resolution that will give appropriators time to craft final legislation for fiscal year 2018.