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Shutdown Day 10: Obama, GOP To Meet Amid Signs Of Possible Thaw

Shutdown Day 10: Obama, GOP To Meet Amid Signs Of Possible Thaw

It’s Day 10 of the partial federal government shutdown, and the big news is a meeting between President Obama and a select group of House Republicans.

Obama: ‘Stop The Excuses. Let’s Take A Vote’

Obama: ‘Stop The Excuses. Let’s Take A Vote’

In a press conference that lasted more than an hour, President Obama said he was willing to talk about anything, as long as Republicans reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling, even if its for a short period of time.

Family Of Man Who Set Himself On Fire Says Act Wasn’t Political

Family Of Man Who Set Himself On Fire Says Act Wasn’t Political

Officials have identified the man who died after setting fire to himself last week on the National Mall as John Constantino, 64, of Mount Laurel, N.J.

No End In Sight: Shutdown Showdown Enters Week Two

No End In Sight: Shutdown Showdown Enters Week Two

The second week of the shutdown is, so far, looking a lot like week one. Even so, here are a few data points that might be worth your attention:

What We Know So Far About Woman Killed In D.C. Chase

What We Know So Far About Woman Killed In D.C. Chase

The woman killed by police Thursday after a wild chase from the White House to the grounds of the U.S. Capitol has been identified by law enforcement authorities to The Associated Press, NPR and other news outlets as 34-year-old Miriam Carey of Stamford, Conn.

Treasury: New Debt-Ceiling Fight Could Derail Economy

Treasury: New Debt-Ceiling Fight Could Derail Economy

The Treasury Department is issuing a warning of dire economic consequences that could rival the Great Recession if Congress is unable to agree on raising the debt ceiling and the nation defaults on its obligations.

John Boehner reports no progress after meeting with Obama

John Boehner reports no progress after meeting with Obama

Speaker of the House John Boehner, a Republican from Ohio, stepped out of the White House yesterday after a 90-minute meeting with President Obama and reported no progress.

U.N. Says Nearly 1,000 Iraqis Were Killed In September

U.N. Says Nearly 1,000 Iraqis Were Killed In September

The United Nations mission in Iraq has some grim news today: 979 Iraqis were killed in attacks during the month of September.

Who Are The Two Republicans Who Crossed Lines?

Who Are The Two Republicans Who Crossed Lines?

The Senate’s votes have been along party lines when it comes to the so-called shutdown showdown.

No end in sight as government shutdown begins

No end in sight as government shutdown begins

It’s happened: With lawmakers in Washington at loggerheads over the same issues they’ve been arguing about for more than five years, the federal government has partially shut down.