Budget Passes: The U.S. Senate on Saturday approved its first budget in four years, The New York Times reports. The $3.7 trillion blueprint for 2014 would facilitate tax increases and cut spending, but it wouldn't pull the government out of the red 10 years from now.
No Furloughs: Daily furloughs of 3,570 federal prison employees won't happen, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. announced on Friday, The Associated Press reports. Holder transferred $150 million from other U.S. Justice Department accounts to avert the furloughs.
FBI HQ: A secret CIA facility in Springfield, Va., could stand in the way of some Northern Virginia officials looking to make the site the future home of the FBI, The Washington Post reports. "All [Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.)] said was, 'You guys need to understand that this is a major, major problem for you,' " a Northern Virginia official said. "And he went so far as to suggest that if it doesn't happen in Springfield, it's solely because of that. . . . His thing was, 'If it stops, it's going to be because somebody at the highest level says you can't touch the CIA.' "