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Republicans are now in charge on Capitol Hill, but they're divided over how to thwart President Obama — at the same time trying to prove they can govern.

Newly Empowered Republicans Are Sending Mixed Messages

Republicans are now in charge on Capitol Hill, but they're divided over how to thwart President Obama — at the same time trying to prove they can govern.

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At noon, Washington time, Senate leaders announced an agreement to reopen the government and raise the debt limit by midnight tonight.

Speaker Boehner Concedes Defeat

At noon, Washington time, Senate leaders announced an agreement to reopen the government and raise the debt limit by midnight tonight.

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There's a change of tone today in Washington. House Speaker John Boehner offered to lift the debt ceiling—at least temporarily…

GOP House Leaders Offer Short-term Debt Ceiling Deal

There's a change of tone today in Washington. House Speaker John Boehner offered to lift the debt ceiling—at least temporarily…

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