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Fiscal Cliff (2013)

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  • More Americans pessimistic about economy after shutdown, poll shows

    More Americans pessimistic about economy after shutdown, poll shows
    WASHINGTON -- Americans are more pessimistic about the state of the economy after the partial government shutdown and debt limit fight, according to poll results released Tuesday. Just 29% of respondents in a CNN/ORC International survey said economic...
  • Emanuel warns of looming city pension crisis in budget speech

    Emanuel warns of looming city pension crisis in budget speech
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today unveiled a nearly $7 billion budget for 2014, but also focused on a year from now and warned what will happen if the city doesn't fix its pension system by then. “Should Springfield fail to pass pension reform for...
  • Consumer confidence tumbles as government shutdown sows pessimism

    Consumer confidence tumbles as government shutdown sows pessimism
    WASHINGTON -- A leading barometer of consumer confidence tumbled this month to its lowest level this year as the partial federal government shutdown led to fears the economic recovery would slow down. The consumer sentiment index from the University...
  • A grotesque new penalty for underwater homeowners

    A grotesque new penalty for underwater homeowners
    David Dayen spotsĀ a new blow for underwater homeowners that thus far has flown under the radar: the coming expiration of the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2007, scheduled for Dec. 31. The act is a mouthful, but it's been a crucial factor in...
  • Consumer confidence surges to five-year high

    Consumer confidence surges to five-year high
    WASHINGTON -- Consumer confidence surged this month to its highest level in more than five years as optimism increased about the state of the economy and its prospects for the rest of the year, according to a closely watched private barometer released...
  • Local House Republicans yes men on big issues

    Local House Republicans yes men on big issues
    Area House Republicans are yes men for Speaker John Boehner, according to a database compiled by The Washington Post. With the House GOP seeming incapable lately of agreeing on anything, the Post's politics team looked at six fractured votes this year...
  • Mortgage tax break expires despite bipartisan support in Congress

    Mortgage tax break expires despite bipartisan support in Congress
    WASHINGTON — A 6-year-old tax break for struggling homeowners who won reductions in their mortgages has expired, alarming housing advocates and lawmakers who said it still was needed despite the real estate market rebound. Enacted by Congress in...
  • GOP Rep. Jim Gerlach announces retirement

    GOP Rep. Jim Gerlach announces retirement
    WASHINGTON -- U.S. Rep. Jim Gerlach, a moderate Republican from southeastern Pennsylvania, announced Monday that he will retire this year, the latest in a string of congressional Republicans not seeking reelection in 2014. Gerlach, who has served six...
  • Neel Kashkari enters race for California governor

     Neel Kashkari enters race for California governor
    Former U.S. Treasury official Neel Kashkari announced Tuesday that he is running for governor, arguing that the status quo is failing millions of Californians and staking his campaign on his ability to create jobs and improve public schools. "I'm...
  • Key federal tax aid for homeowners in danger of expiration

    Key federal tax aid for homeowners in danger of expiration
    WASHINGTON — Haven't we seen this movie before? On Capitol Hill for the second year in a row, key federal tax assistance for homeowners is heading for expiration within weeks. And there's no sign that Congress plans — or has the minimal...
  • Fed's Dudley more hopeful on economy, says private sector nearly healed

    Fed's Dudley more hopeful on economy, says private sector nearly healed
    WASHINGTON -- A top Federal Reserve official said Monday he was "getting more hopeful" about the economic recovery and declared the private sector nearly healed from the Great Recession. William C. Dudley, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of...