Geithner, Ryan Clash Over Government Debt Limit
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said Sunday that Republicans had assured the president that they would raise the debt limit, but Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said that no such deal had been made and an increase in the debt limit would have to come as part of a deal on spending.
Vote on Health Care Repeal Postponed After Congresswoman’s Shooting
In the wake of the shooting Saturday of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., the House of Representatives has postponed a scheduled Wednesday vote on repeal of the health care law.
Trade, Tax Cuts, Debt Commission Dominate Axelrod Interview
On Sunday's Meet the Press, host David Gregory challenged David Axelrod, President Barack Obama's chief advisor, on two economic issues high on Washington's agenda right now: trade and tax cuts.
Republicans Continue Push for Tax Cuts, Fiscal Restraint but Few Specifics
GOP leaders defend keeping tax cuts for all.
Republicans and Democrats Spar Over Tax Cuts, Economy as Election Nears
As the hours dwindle down to Tuesday's election, the talk Sunday from the likes of Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) was about the economy, tax cuts and the deficit.
Cloture Vote Fails in Senate on Dodd Bill; 2d Vote Expected Later in Week
Senate Republicans block debate on the financial services reform bill April 26, the GOP also vowed the same day to introduce an alternative financial services reform bill. A second vote is expected this week following more negotiations