Boehner's biggest challenge: Keeping his caucus united
As we near the edge of the fiscal cliff, the House speaker is working overtime to keep the unruly class of 2010 under control
John Boehner and Co. "seem to hope a deal will be born by way of immaculate conception," says The New York Times' Paul Krugman.
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