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Government shutdown 2013
What a week: Digesting the end of the shutdown
John Carney and Nela Richardson join the show to wrap up a tumultuous week in Washington.
Advice for Congress, from Congress
More than 20 Senators and seven Representatives have begun work on a compromise budget that liberals and conservatives can live with, before new sequester cuts hit in January. A supercommittee was what created the sequester impasse in the first place, what will be different this time around?
Debt limit fight put business community at odds with Tea Party
The business community helped elect some Tea Party Republicans to Congress -- and they weren't happy with the shutdown and debt ceiling fight.
'It's like the city came back to life': D.C., a day later
What the city sounds like with its workers back to work.
6 New Year's resolutions the next shutdown could break
The government shutdown reminded us that there are some federal programs that we'll miss if they go away again.
S&P: Shutdown and debt battle cost U.S. economy $24 billion
The aftermath of the debt ceiling debacle: consumer confidence is shaken, companies aren't spending, interest rates will rise, the nation's credit rating is in jeopardy, and GDP growth takes a hit.
Trust issues: D.C. dysfunction means uncertainty for companies
There’s a better than average chance that the government could shut down again in a few months if Congress can’t come to an agreement. That uncertainty is a problem for everyone from contractors to the entire US economy.
If 'creditworthiness is like virginity,' did the U.S. just lose it?
America's creditworthiness takes a hit in Asia, even with the debt ceiling raised and the government reopening.
Debt deal means D.C. residents can start collecting lottery winnings again
Washington's lottery has stopped making payments because of the government shutdown.
Government reopens, then what? Spoiler alert: long lines
From fishermen needing permits to farmers applying for compensation for deceased cattle, people and businesses needing help from the government will form a long line around the block.