Speaker of the House John Boehner and his fellow Republicans will have to compromise with President Obama in order to avoid the so-called "fiscal cliff."
The ultimate solution to the country’s financial woes is a balance between revenues and spending cuts.
While both parties exchange rhetoric, virtually everyone can agree on cutting the deficit. But neither side likes to advertise what they'll cut. Here's one cut we all can agree on.
Follow for live updates as the "fiscal cliff" talks continue into 2013 with the White House and lawmakers still scrambling to find common ground.
As talks continue, both parties are cautiously optimistic about reaching a deal before historic tax hikes and spending cuts go into effect on Jan 1. Follow for live updates in the final stretch.
Everyone will be impacted one way or another by the sequester but no one will be impacted quite like the poor, all while the fat cats in Washington who got us into this position remain unscathed.
A guide to the big tax increases that will be imposed upon Americans if Congress fails to prevent the U.S. from heading over the fiscal cliff.
After 11th hour talks appeared to be progressing in Senate, the House will not vote on any fiscal cliff bills tonight. Over the fiscal cliff we go.