The super committee is going down in flames, says Paul Krugman in The New York Times. But eventually, voters will settle this feud
The congressional panel is still stuck over raising taxes as part of a plan to slash $1 trillion in deficits — and the deadline is barely a week away
Obama mocks the House for passing a symbolic resolution instead of a jobs bill — even though the motto debate lasted just 35 minutes
The congressional panel must "think big" to put the nation's finances in order. But time is running out, and compromise is in short supply
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Mitch McConnell and Co. empower several lawmakers to find $1.5 trillion in deficit reductions. Are they destined for a Grand Bargain — or failure?
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