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Republicans reject the president's invitation to raise taxes in lieu of the sequester.

President Obama made clear he wants more revenue so the spendiing cuts can be small.

Boehner finally has the GOP united -- on tackling spending and standing firm on the debt ceiling.

Horse race coverage misses what Rep. Paul Ryan is all about

With nearly all George W. Bush's tax cuts made permanent, the former president records begins to look distinguished.

Despite the right's complaints, it was the left that missed an opportunity to win big.

In the end the House vote wasn’t all that close (257-167) to pass the Senate’s fiscal cliff compromise. There were 85 Republicans, including the speaker of the House, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Rep. Dave Camp (R-Mich.), who voted for the bill. Almost inexplicably, Reps. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) and Kevin McCarthy (R- Calif.), after the alternative […]

Ten take-aways from the fiscal cliff fight.

The House may select the worst of all economic and political worlds.

A fiscal cliff deal is passed in the Senate, despite right-wing grandstanders.

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