After days of wrangling, senators were expected to vote on a massive $1.1 trillion spending bill Saturday night.
What We Know So Far
After a rare weekend session, the Senate passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill Saturday night that keeps most of the government funded through September.
It passed 56-40, with 18 Republicans and 21 Democrats voting against it.
Click here to continue reading BuzzFeed News reporter Jacob Fischler's story on the bill.
The Senate rejected Sen. Ted Cruz's point of order calling President Obama's immigration executive action unconstitutional.
In advance of the vote on the spending bill, Senator Ted Cruz forced a vote on President Obama's executive order on immigration.
Cruz claimed the action was unconstitutional.