The latest news on fiscal cliff
The House Speaker says Obama needs to lay out detailed cuts before cliff negotiations can continue.
If Washington treats Asia similarly on missile defense as it did Eastern Europe, allies there should be wary of cooperation.
With several major tax changes set to occur, only a few weeks remain for 2012 decisions to save money.
There will be winners in a fiscal cliff deal. And they likely won't be Republicans.
Rick Newman explains why the "fiscal cliff" has unnerved business leaders more than consumers.
Washington must address the fiscal cliff, Syria, Benghazi, and other national security issues before the end of the year.
As negotiations heat up, here’s how to evaluate plans for changing federal spending and taxes.
Congress and the White House can significantly soften the initial impact of the "fiscal cliff" even if they fail to reach a compromise by Dec. 31. One thing they cannot control, however, is the financial markets' reaction, which possibly could be a panicky sell-off that triggers economic reversals worldwide.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner met at the White House to discuss the "fiscal cliff," while rank-and-file Republicans stepped forward with what they called pragmatic ideas to break the stalemate.
If President Obama is to get what he wants out of fiscal cliff negotiations, he's going to need leverage in the form of votes.