Storm clouds hang over Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, Sept. 27, 2013, as the Republican-controlled House and the Democrat-controlled Senate stand at an impasse with Congress continuing to struggle over how to fund the government and prevent a possible shutdown. The Democratic-led Senate was ready Friday to approve legislation to keep the U.S. government running, but disputes with the Republican-run lower chamber of Congress ensured that the battle would spill over into the weekend, as a potential shutdown hurtles closer. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
WASHINGTON (AP) - The House today is expected to wrap up all the fine print as it votes to approve a bipartisan budget compromise good until the end of the fiscal year in October.
The massive $1.1 trillion spending bill tackles everything from airports to war costs and includes victories and setbacks for both parties.
The Senate vote is expected by the end of the week.