The federal judiciary now estimates it has enough funds to sustain paid operations through Jan. 25, knocking back the deadline it expects to run out of money as the partial government shutdown continues with no end in sight.

The announcement marks the second time the judiciary has knocked back the date it expects to run out of money while Congress and President Donald Trump grapple over funding for a wall along the border separating the United States and Mexico. The Administrative Office previously estimated it would run out of funds on Jan. 18.

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