The House of Representatives has passed a bill to avoid a government shutdown, and it will now move to the Senate for a vote. The bill, known as a continuing resolution (CR), would fund parts of the government until January 19 and others until February 2. It is expected to pass in the Senate and then be signed by President Joe Biden. The CR received broad bipartisan support in the House, with 336 in favor and 95 opposed. However, 93 Republicans voted against it, which could pose challenges for House Speaker Mike Johnson.