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Does economic growth lead to more government spending?

Potomac Research Chief Political Strategist Greg Valliere gives his expectations for the government’s ability to come up with a budget and avoid a government shutdown.

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  1. Fitch Offers Mixed Praise for U.S. Budget Deal

    Fitch Ratings on Wednesday offered mixed praise for a bipartisan budget proposal announced by Congressional leaders on Tuesday.The tentative agreement, which seeks t...

  2. After Budget Deal, Jamie Dimon Says Thank You

    J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon is praising Congress for hammering out a budget agreement. "I'm going to send Paul Ryan and Patty Murray an email this mornin...

  3. Conservative Groups Oppose Emerging Budget Deal

    As budget negotiators in the U.S. Congress tried to close a deal on Tuesday that would avoid a Jan. 15 government shutdown, conservative groups were lining up in opp...

  4. Senate Narrowly Passes First Budget in Four Years

    The U.S. Senate on Saturday narrowly passed its first federal budget in four years, a move that will usher in a relative lull in Washington's fiscal wars until an an...

  5. Democrats Using Creative Accounting in Budget?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the budget proposal by Senate Democrats.

  6. Do Dueling Budgets Bring Us Any Closer to a Compromise?

    The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget president Maya MacGuineas says that budgets are “political documents,” not realistic signs showing where the government is headed.

  7. An Escape from Spending Hell

    WSJ editorial page deputy editor Dan Henninger on the need for lawmakers to come up with a budget plan.

  8. House GOP Unveils Budget Proposal for 2014

    FBN's Rich Edson breaks down Rep. Ryan's budget plan.

  9. Senate Democrats Release Budget Details

    Annual U.S. deficits under a new plan from Senate Democrats would be in the $400-600 billion range for much of the next decade, a level they say would allow stronger...

  10. Americans Give Two Thumbs Down to Congress

    WSJ senior economics writer Steve Moore on Americans’ approval rating of Congress and budget talks. .

  11. Futures Mixed as Markets Look for Seventh-Record Setting Day

    FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets ahead of the trading day.

  12. Papal Conclave Continues Second Day of Voting

    FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets around the world.

  1. Rep. Ryan: We’re not ready for the number of boomers set to retire

    House Budget Committee chairman Rep. Paul Ryan explains why the U.S. isn’t ready to handle the number of baby boomers set to retire, and how it could lead to a debt crisis.

  2. Will Washington connect with Wall Street?

    Loews Corporation CEO James Tisch on the relationship between Wall Street and Washington.

  3. One Step Closer to Military Pension Cut Reversal

    The Senate is poised to approve legislation reversing an estimated $6 billion in cuts to military retirees' pensions that had been a provision of the December budget...

  4. Budget Deal Hits Military Retirees' Pensions  

    Last month's congressional budget deal hit military retirees with 20 years of service or more in a very real and controversial way: It trimmed their cost-of-living a...

  5. Bernanke gives upbeat assessment of economy to U.S. senators

    Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Thursday offered an optimistic view on the U.S. economy's prospects to Democratic senators, but warned that "tough decisions...

  6. Senate Clears Budget By 64-to-36 Vote

    The last Congressional hurdle to a two-year budget has been passed, as the U.S. Senate voted 64 to 36 in favor of the measure. The budget deal, struck between Rep. P...

  7. Budget Deal Clears Crucial Procedural Senate Vote

    A two-year U.S. budget deal on Tuesday cleared a Senate procedural vote that all but assured its passage by a simple majority later this week in the Democratic-contr...

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