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    Steve Rattner: The White House deserves a victory lap on the debt deal

    09:14
  • 'Default was never an option': House GOP member on why he voted 'Yes'

    06:02
  • 'Some of us are going to vote no on principle': House Democrat on debt deal

    04:47
  • Rep. Clyburn: We are at the limit in large measure because of what happened under Trump

    08:43
  • Sen. Murphy: Somehow, paying the country's bills has become a partisan issue

    05:35
  • Joe: Republicans screaming about debt ceiling now went along with Trump three times

    09:24
  • Hayes: Biden delivering on 2020 promises makes for a strong 2024 pitch

    06:45
  • 'A win for all Americans': Head of National Economic Council praises debt agreement

    03:23
  • House member looks for debt ceiling bill to 'cross the finish line' this week

    04:16
  • Joe: Sometimes grown ups are in charge in D.C. and things get done

    04:46
  • Rep. Barbara Lee sees ‘a lot of problems’ with debt deal, looking for ‘who wins and who loses’

    04:30
  • Rep. Debbie Dingell: Debt deal contains ‘things I would never vote for under normal circumstances’

    05:17
  • WH: Neither party got everything it wanted in debt deal

    04:54
  • Biden, McCarthy reach deal over debt ceiling

    10:25
  • Rep. Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick unpacks the debt ceiling agreement

    12:44
  • Rep. Gottheimer on debt ceiling negotiations: “We’ve got to get out of this cycle of insanity”

    06:28
  • Outlines of a deal in Washington are starting to emerge

    09:52
  • 'Real-world impacts' of debt stalemate will only get worse as we near deadline, says Treasury

    06:54
  • White House on debt ceiling: 'we're not at the final agreement yet' as default looms

    08:40
  • Jason Furman: McCarthy pretending spending cuts are about debt. 'This is about the Speaker's agenda'

    05:21

US economy cooled off in third quarter

01:35

CNBC's Sara Eisen reports on the third-quarter GDP showing an annual rate of 1.5 percent, slightly missing expectations and below the second-quarter's 3.9 percent.