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Obama urges feuding U.S. Congress to avoid shutdown

29 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama sternly warned the U.S. Congress on Friday against a government shutdown on October 1 as lawmakers struggled to pass an emergency spending bill that Republicans want to use to defund Obama's healthcare reform law.

Obama urges feuding Congress to avoid shutdown

28 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama sternly warned the Congress on Friday against a government shutdown on October 1 as lawmakers struggled to pass an emergency spending bill that Republicans want to use to defund Obama's healthcare reform law. | Video

Obama urges feuding U.S. Congress to avoid shutdown

28 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama sternly warned the U.S. Congress on Friday against a government shutdown on October 1 as lawmakers struggled to pass an emergency spending bill that Republicans want to use to defund Obama's healthcare reform law.

Obama urges feuding U.S. Congress to avoid shutdown

28 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama sternly warned the U.S. Congress on Friday against a government shutdown on October 1 as lawmakers struggled to pass an emergency spending bill that Republicans want to use to defund Obama's healthcare reform law.

Republican infighting on full display on U.S. Senate floor

27 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON Republican infighting took a nasty turn in the U.S. Senate on Thursday with Senator Bob Corker accusing fellow conservative Ted Cruz of using the looming fiscal deadline for self-promotion and to endear himself further with Tea Party groups.

No clear path to ending U.S. debt limit, spending impasse

27 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON U.S. House of Representatives Republicans on Thursday refused to give in to President Barack Obama's demand for straightforward bills to run the government beyond September 30 and to increase borrowing authority to avoid a historic default. | Video

No clear path to ending U.S. debt limit, spending impasse

27 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON U.S. House of Representatives Republicans on Thursday refused to give in to President Barack Obama's demand for straightforward bills to run the government beyond September 30 and to increase borrowing authority to avoid a historic default.

U.S. Congress turns attention to debt limit battle

26 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON The U.S. Congress, already struggling to avert a government shutdown next week, turned its attention on Wednesday to the other fiscal bullet it had to dodge: a federal debt default.

U.S. Congress turns attention to debt limit battle

26 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON The U.S. Congress, already struggling to avert a government shutdown next week, turned its attention on Wednesday to the other fiscal bullet it had to dodge: a federal debt default. | Video

White House rounding up support for Yellen to take reins at Fed

21 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON White House officials are mustering support among Democrats on the Senate Banking Committee to back Federal Reserve Vice Chair Janet Yellen, three sources said on Friday, laying the groundwork for her expected nomination to the Fed's top job.

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