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What to Expect When Expecting a Debt Ceiling Breach

International markets are wary of Thursday's U.S. debt ceiling deadline, as negotiations stall in Congress.

House Offering Bill to Open Government, Raise Debt Limit

House Republicans are moving forward with a counter-proposal to the Senate's shutdown plan.

How to Keep Your National Park Open in a Gov't Shutdown

States that rely heavily on tourism seem more than willing to pay to keep national parks open as the government shutdown lingers.

BlackBerry founders buying company?

The founders of BlackBerry are considering a bid to buy the company. Right now they only own 8 percent of the struggling smartphone maker. ...

Thanksgiving travel getting pricier

Get ready to spend more to fly to see your family this Thanksgiving. Flight prices will be higher this year, according to Travelocity. ...

Punchlines: Debt limit? One comic says bring it on

Take a look at what the late-night comics had to say about the debt limit and the shutdown, then vote for your favorite joke at ...

Obama, Boehner Trade Punches as Debt Limit Approaches

With less than 10 days until the U.S. could possibly default on its debt, President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner continue to trade ...

Debt limit crisis could cause chaos in financial markets

The U.S. Treasury is already using emergency measures to pay its bills. But by Oct. 17, it will be down to 30 billion in cash -- which is ...

Sunday Sound Bite: Lawmakers Spar on Shutdown, Debt Limit

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and Republican lawmakers weigh in on the ongoing shutdown and looming debt ceiling crisis.

Twitter reveals IPO plans

Twitter has revealed plans to raise up to 1 billion in a public offering. For the first time, potential buyers are seeing the company's ...

U.S. Treasury Warns of Potential Economic Collapse

The U.S. Treasury released a warning Thursday saying if the U.S. defaults on its debt it could send global markets plummeting.

'Extraordinary Measures' Begin as Debt Ceiling Looms

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told Congressional leaders he's now using all 'extraordinary measures' to avoid default.