The latest news on fiscal cliff
A drop in stock prices, already underway, could intensify as the fiscal-cliff draws nearer.
Obama takes questions from reporters for first time since re-election.
President Obama turns outside Congress to build support for deficit deal.
Let’s turn off The Real Generals of Tampa and deal with real issues.
President will meet with leaders from Big Labor, Big Business, and Congress ahead of fiscal cliff talks.
Washington needs to institute an inescapable spending cap so politicians can no longer find short-term answers to long-term problems.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama opens a new campaign Tuesday to build pressure on Congress to cut the federal debt the way he sees fit, meeting with labor leaders who want lawmakers to raise taxes on the wealthy and guard against slashing health benefits for seniors.
Business leaders make it clear their priority is avoiding the fiscal cliff, not necessarily higher taxes.
There are at least nine separate tax hikes scheduled to hit in 2013.
The Americans for Tax Reform president believes Boehner will keep no-new-taxes pledge.