Lawmakers say they’ve reached a deal in principle on border security that would avoid another government shutdown. Reports say the deal includes over one-billion-dollars for new barriers along the southern border. That would be enough to cover about 55 miles of the border with a barrier. The money is far short of the nearly six-billion dollars President Trump hoped to get for a wall. Under the agreement, Democrats would give up their demand to cap the number of people Immigration and Customs Enforcement can hold at a time. However, the deal includes funding for a limited number of detention beds, just over 40-thousand. Legislators faced a deadline at the end of the week to reach a deal or risk another shutdown.