Speaker Kevin McCarthy and House Republicans pulled out of debt limit talks because they claim the conversations aren't productive.
The coup-attempting former president lies as a matter of course, but his lie about the wall he promised he would build in 2016 may wind up costing him in 2024.
He noted that the 14th Amendment was an option, but probably couldn't be "invoked in time.”
The president’s whirlwind trip to Japan was rife with dualities.
The GOP wants to raise spending for the military, veterans care and border security; the White House wants to spread the impact of cuts across the board.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Sunday called the debt ceiling a “constraint” on the nation’s ability to pay its bills. “We take the debt ceiling seriously as a constraint on our abi…
House Budget Committee Chairman Jodey Arrington (R-Texas) accused President Biden on Sunday of “just making more excuses” not to negotiate a deal on the debt ceiling. “Now he’s, I believe, just mak…
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) on Sunday said he does not believe former President Trump can win another general election as he campaigns for the GOP nomination in 2024. CNN’s “State of the Union” host …
Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) suggested on Sunday that lawmakers should move to “Plan B” after debt ceiling negotiations between the White House and Republicans broke down once again. “I’m ex…
House Republicans could use a default to try and win the White House next year, the president said in Japan.
President Joe Biden conceded that he could not guarantee the United States will not default on its loans as debt ceiling negotiations with congressional Republicans stall.
President Joe Biden says revenue, not just spending, is on the table in debt ceiling negotiations.
President Joe Biden says Republicans in the U.S. House must move off their “extreme positions” on the now-stalled talks over raising America’s debt limit.
Yes, the “fair tax“ that Gov. Ron DeSantis backed is a terrible policy, but it's still weird that Donald Trump is calling him out for it.
The White House believes it can build consensus and be rewarded for it. But with the economy on the line, it’s not looking like a sure thing.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Sunday sidestepped a question about how the department would pick and choose which of the country’s bills would go unpaid if the U.S. defaults on its debt. Yellen…
Tensions in Washington, D.C. over debt limit negotiations "really doesn't" undermine the United States's credibility abroad, according to national security adviser Jake Sullivan.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press" that President Joe Biden can not invoke the 14th Amendment to address the debt ceiling under the current circumstances. | Clips
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