Senate Passes Debt Deal, Concerns Still Linger

Following 16 days of uncertainty and apprehension, an end to the government shutdown is now likely. Wednesday evening, the Senate passed a plan to fund the government for another few months. The vote was bipartisan 81-18. It now awaits approval by the House, where it will likely pass, and then be cleared for President Obama’s approval. But as you heard the president say, we're not out of the woods just yet.