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By John Yang, Lisa Desjardins, Harry Zahn
In our news wrap Saturday, House Republicans and the White House signaled that a deal to raise the debt limit is within reach, the Texas House of Representatives impeached the state’s Attorney General Ken Paxton, Vice President Kamala Harris became…
Ten days now stand between the U.S. and a catastrophic default on debt. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's new estimate moves the so-called "X-date" back to June 5. Even if lawmakers were to reach a deal Friday night, they still may…
By Geoff Bennett, Kyle Midura
The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau says it will hold companies responsible for using the technology in ways that comply with existing regulation.
By Cora Lewis, Associated Press
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and debt ceiling negotiators have hit "crunch" time as they strain to make a deal with the White House to raise the nation's debt limit, avert default and cut federal spending.
By Lisa Mascaro, Seung Min Kim, Kevin Freking, Associated Press
By Mike Schneider, Associated Press
Disney says in the lawsuit filed against DeSantis that it was punished for speaking out against Florida legislation that critics have dubbed "Don't Say Gay."…
By Courtney Bonnell, Associated Press
A Singapore court says Credit Suisse owes former Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili hundreds of millions of dollars for failing to protect the billionaire's money in a trust pilfered by a manager.
By Pan Pylas, Associated Press
Following higher-than-anticipated inflation figures this week, Jeremy Hunt says it's necessary to prioritize measures to slow the pace of price increases.
By Kelvin Chan, Danica Kirka, Associated Press
British Airways canceled dozens of flights Friday, blaming computer problems for disrupting plans for thousands of passengers at the start of a busy holiday weekend — a rocky kickoff to the summer travel season in Europe.
By Chris Megerian, Josh Boak, Zeke Miller, Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
Days from a deadline, President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy are narrowing in on a two-year budget deal that could unlock a vote for lifting the nation’s debt ceiling.
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