by Rebecca Leber Oct 9, 2013
Heritage and influential conservatives relent on the debt ceiling in order to extend the shutdown over Obamacare.
by Jeff Spross & Josh Israel Oct 9, 2013
Grassley, Brady, Camp, Kingston, and Thornberry were among the most vocal supporters of debt limit increases between 2002 and 2006.
by Josh Israel Oct 9, 2013
Boehner says Republicans "are not going to pass a clean debt limit increase" but had a very different story in 2004.
by Josh Israel Oct 8, 2013
Rep. Lou Barletta (R-PA) has embraced using the must-pass debt ceiling increase as where Republicans can extract "concessions from the other side."
by Hayes Brown Oct 8, 2013
Beijing has gotten some intangible benefits from the U.S. government's shutdown. But now it's worried that the debt ceiling crisis may drag them down, too.
by Alan Pyke Oct 8, 2013
Don't count on your Social Security check if Republicans keep this up.
by Josh Israel Oct 7, 2013
A growing number of CEOs are sounding the alarm on the "catastophic" impact of a federal debt default.
by Igor Volsky Oct 7, 2013
The story of how the Tea Party candidates who swept into power after the 2010 midterm elections took over the debt ceiling debate.
by Bryce Covert Oct 7, 2013
While the timing has brought them together, they are two different fights with two very different sets of consequences.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Oct 7, 2013
Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) has joined the fray of Republicans who have expressed little concern about potentially surpassing the country's debt limit.