President Barack Obama spoke at the White House after the U.S. Senate voted to pass a bill to reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling. He said he would sign the bill immediately after its final passage. watch
As signs of hope on a fiscal deal emerged from Washington Wednesday, thousands of furloughed workers were still stuck at home. However many of the employees keeping the federal offices running for nearly three weeks during the government shutdown were not all technically "essential" workers—in some cases, they were unpaid interns. read more
Senate leaders finally struck a deal Wednesday on the eve of debt default. The agreement does not appear to include any major changes to Obamacare, as some Republicans wanted, but would fund the government through January 15 of next year and raise the debt ceiling through February 7. Congress would also have to agree on a long-term plan on the... read more
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