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Senate Leaders Optimistic About Debt/Shutdown Deali
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October 14, 2013 11:25 PM
A White House meeting with congressional leaders was postponed Monday afternoon to give negotiators more time to work out a plan to avert a default on the nation's debt and end the partial government shutdown. Analysts warn failure to resolve the budget and borrowing issues by Thursday could have serious ramifications for the US and global economy. Mil Arcega brings us up to date.

Senate Leaders Optimistic About Debt/Shutdown Deal

Published October 14, 2013

A White House meeting with congressional leaders was postponed Monday afternoon to give negotiators more time to work out a plan to avert a default on the nation's debt and end the partial government shutdown. Analysts warn failure to resolve the budget and borrowing issues by Thursday could have serious ramifications for the US and global economy. Mil Arcega brings us up to date.


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