The latest news on fiscal cliff
WASHINGTON (AP) — The GOP-controlled House is moving ahead Thursday on a bill that would raise taxes on people earning over $1 million a year, sparing most workers from a tax hike but leaving in place painful budget cuts to the military and domestic agencies as "fiscal cliff" talks appear stalled.
GOP groups and lawmakers share very different opinions on Boehner's fiscal plan.
As history has shown, Americans don't like posturing from their budget negotiators.
Americans deplore many federal programs they rely upon.
Entitlement spending is the highest in history, and both parties are to blame.
Going over the fiscal cliff gives the president everything he wants.
Obama concedes ground to GOP on Social Security, threshold for tax increases.
In fiscal cliff talks, neither side is giving specifics about what programs they want to cut or scale back.
Republicans are becoming increasingly resigned to the fact tax rates are going up on wealthy Americans.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Just two weeks before the economy-threatening "fiscal cliff" is due to kick in, House Speaker John Boehner opened up a second legislative track to stop tax hikes from kicking in on Jan. 1 for people making up to $1 million a year.