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Moody’s Pressures Congress to Address Deficit

Moody's Investors Service says Congress must go beyond its deal this week and come up with a plan to shrink the budget deficit if it wants to keep the U.S. government's top credit rating.

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House Approves $633-Billion Defense Bill

The House has voted for a $633 billion defense bill for next year despite Pentagon complaints that it spares outdated but politically popular weapons at the expense of the military's ability to fight.

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Americans Think The Government Should Fund Recovery [AUDIO]

New Jersey and New York are still waiting to see if Congress will approve the President Barack Obama's $60.4 billion funding request to pay for recovery and rebuilding after super-storm Sandy.

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Is The Country Heading In The Right Direction?

Do you think the United States is moving in the right direction?

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Congressional Backing Grows For Gun Control Debate

Congressional gun rights supporters are showing a growing willingness to consider new gun-control legislation in the aftermath of the Connecticut school shootings.

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Congress Reaches Agreement on Defense Bill

House and Senate negotiators have reached agreement on a $633 billion defense bill that would tighten sanctions on Iran and give the Pentagon some leeway in developing alternative fuels.

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Lawmakers Unveil Tax Break Bill For Sandy Victims [AUDIO]

New Jersey, New York and Connecticut lawmakers are proposing a package of tax breaks for victims of Superstorm Sandy.

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U.S. Senate Will Focus on Sandy Aid Bill Monday

The Senate is turning its attention to a $60.4 billion disaster aid package for Superstorm Sandy victims while President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner try to avert the fiscal cliff off spending cuts and tax increases.

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Hoboken Mayor Wants Flood Claim Rules Fixed

Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer told a U.S. Senate committee Hurricane Sandy caused $100 million in damages to the square-mile city across the Hudson River from Manhattan.

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GOP Demands Obama Specifics Regarding “Fiscal Cliff”

Republicans are again demanding that President Barack Obama name specific cuts in government spending that he would support as part of any compromise aimed at avoiding the "fiscal cliff."

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