With only 10 days left before a government shutdown, Congressional leaders and the White House agree they will need another three or four weeks to conclude negotiations on 12 annual spending bills and are likely to pass a stopgap funding bill that would last until Dec. 13 or Dec. 20. The House has passed 10 of the 12 annual spending bills that fund the federal government, while the Senate has passed only four, and the two chambers have not resolved differences over the defense and non-defense discretionary funding and funding for the president’s border wall.