The biggest elephant in the room this week: government shutdown. It looked like it was certainly going to happen when the government spending bill failed to garner bipartisan support in the Senate. However, Democrats are giving it one more shot. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer introduced another government spending bill - this time without the clause about suspending the debt ceiling. The bill is poised to pass both chambers of Congress, but it will need to happen before midnight in order to avert the shutdown. Kristin Myers, editor-in-chief of The Balance, joined Cheddar Politics to discuss more about the economic implications of government shutdown and the debt ceiling standoff.