The President and Republican congressional leaders differ on tying spending cuts to raising the debt limit.
We have the debt ceiling debate starting up and Congress has to deal with automatic spending cuts set to kick in by early March.
We do have new private-sector jobs being created. The bad news, the jobs pay a lot less than the federal jobs we are losing.
A lot for the housing market could hinge on a big deadline coming up at the end of the month.
Anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist is absolving Republicans who voted for
the fiscal cliff deal. He says they did not violate their promise not
to raise tax rates.
President Obama signed a bill late Wednesday night boosting taxes on the wealthiest Americans, while preserving tax cuts for most American households.
Lots of folks are making a resolution this year to save money but a survey from the American Institute of CPAs predicts that about half of them will likely fall short.
The Washington area prepares for budget fights ahead.
Jim McTague, the Washington Editor of Barron's Magazine, talks about who are the winners and losers after the fiscal cliff deal.
Republicans eyeing the debt ceiling will deal in the next couple of months.
So how will the fiscal cliff deal affect most of us? In our paychecks, of course.
Congress didn't make its deadline but the deal is enough to bring us back from the so-called fiscal cliff.
A divided Republican House passed the Senate's "fiscal cliff" bill
Tuesday night, following a tense day of GOP protests that the plan does
not do enough to rein in federal spending.
Ask any financial advisor. If there's one word to describe the biggest
determinant to the financial markets, it's the word, "uncertainty."
House Republicans are pushing back on the 89-8 Senate passed fiscal
cliff deal because it doesn't include enough spending cuts, putting the
fate of the bipartisan deal in doubt.
Legislation to avert across-the-board tax increases and spending cuts to domestic programs is headed to the House.
During a 9NEWS segment on the Fiscal Cliff, a three-man team took to the streets to get reaction from the people. See what the operation looks like from behind-the-scenes.
Photos by: Melvin Hue.
Ramon Looby, interviewer;
Elizabeth Jia, producer;
Matt Jablow, reporter;
Chip Baysden, photojournalist.
The contours of a deal to avert the 'fiscal cliff' are emerging.
Experts say count on your paycheck likely getting smaller, due to the fallout from the fiscal cliff.