President Barack Obama is kicking off budget dealings with congressional leaders with new leverage from last week's big win, but he confronts a tricky path to avoiding a market-rattling "fiscal cliff."
President Barack Obama says the economy cannot afford a tax increase on all Americans. He's calling on congressional Republicans to support an extension of existing tax rates for households earning $250,000 or less.
When he meets with about a dozen business executives at the White House today, President Barack Obama will be looking for support for $1.6 trillion in new revenue, to avoid the "fiscal cliff" in January.
President Barack Obama is opening a new campaign today to build pressure on Congress to cut the federal debt the way he sees fit, meeting with labor leaders who want lawmakers to raise taxes on the wealthy and prevent cuts to health benefits for seniors.
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