The $13 billion measure would toughen background checks for the youngest gun buyers, keep firearms from more domestic violence offenders and help states put in place red flag laws.
The resolution calls for the US and others to seek investigations of Putin and his regime at the International Criminal Court and International Court of Justice for potential war crimes.
Two weeks into its invasion, Russia has failed to win control of Ukraine's airspace or subdue the capital of Kyiv or other major cities.
Action in the Senate came after President Joe Biden said the U.S. has 'every indication' of a potential Russian attack on Ukraine in a matter of days.
With the clock ticking down to the 11:59 pm Friday deadline, the Senate voted by 69 to 28 to keep the lights on until February 18 with a resolution that had already advanced from the House.
"Testimony in person by witnesses from abroad requires the Speaker's consent. This is being sought," Congress MP Shashi Tharoor said.
The tax is the latest attempt by Biden's Democratic Party to raise revenue to fund his massive social spending proposal, which will likely cost around USD 2 trillion.
The Democrats hoped the immigration changes would cover Dreamers brought to the US as children, people affected by conflicts or natural disasters in their home countries.
This account of how Republicans brought Kavanaugh back from the brink is based on roughly a dozen interviews with administration officials, senators, aides and others.
Collins said allegations that Brett Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted a fellow teenager nearly four decades ago were unproven.
Of the hundreds of questions thrown at Zuckerberg, none appeared to flummox the Facebook founder more than Senator Dick Durbin's pointed query about where he slept the previous evening.
Will ensure fair elections take place in India, says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in US Senate hearing
Zuckerberg said he was sorry that Facebook was being used for circulating fake news and was becoming a tool for foreign interference in elections.
With the federal government set to run out of money Friday at midnight -- the eve of the one-year anniversary of Trump's inauguration, the bill cleared the House with a 230-197 vote.
President Donald Trump cheered the lawmakers on, eager to claim his first major legislative victory.