Congress Leaders Agree on Stopgap U.S. Spending PlanKathleen Hunter and Roxana Tiron
An agreement reached by congressional leaders and President Barack Obama to fund the U.S. government through March will give lawmakers time to debate $607 billion in spending cuts and tax increases scheduled to start in January.
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