Update 12:00 midnight: The Rules Committee met at 11:00 p.m. to alter the bill in an attempt to get the 216 votes required tomorrow. "No one here, senior or junior, can tell me what the recipe is for conjuring up the votes or what is the way forward," tweets Fox News Congressional reporter Chad Pergram. Pergram also reports the Rules Committee approved a rule waiving the 2/3 requirement to consider a rule, and then bring it up on the floor the same day. Politico's Jake Sherman reports House GOP are considering adding the Balanced Budget Amendment to the debt ceiling. There is no official word whether the Boehner debt bill will come to a vote Friday, but the passing of the same day authority suggests that possibility.
Update 10:35 p.m.: Kevin McCarthy spoke to reporters at the White House and told them there would be no vote tonight, Fox News's Chad Pergram reports. NBC producer Frank Thorp was told there would be no vote by GOP whip Mitch McConnell. Pergram is also reporting the Rules Committee is on stand by for the night and the Senate is going to shut down their operations for the evening.
Update 10:10 p.m.: Luke Russert of NBC News is reporting on Twitter that a Republican aide was unclear whether a vote would happen tonight. The aide would only say, "we'll see." The Hill's Michael O'Brien reports in their liveblog the bill is heading back to the Rules Committee to alter parts of the bill related to Pell Grants to appease some freshman GOP.