Discussing a deal within Congress to end stimulus, with Doug Holtz-Eakin, American Action Forum president; Tracy Sefl, Democratic strategist; and Lenwood Brooks, Policy director for Public Note.» Read More
Why didn't the House GOP proposal get voted on today? Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), provides perspective.
Discussing the hit to Republicans from the polling on the shutdown, with Ann Coulter, author of "Never Trust a Liberal." "The Gallup poll was complete nonsense," Coulter says.
Speaker Boehner cannot get the votes for the latest proposal because there is a civil war among Republicans, says Robert Costa of the National Review.
CNBC's Melissa Lee, Kayla Tausche and CNBC contributor Stephanie Link dissect the numbers on JPMorgan, Citi, Schwab, and Domino's Pizza.
"I'm very disappointed with John Boehner who once again tries to persevere his role at the expense of the country" says Sen. Harry Reid.
House Speaker John Boehner says "we're trying to find a bipartisan way forward" to avoid default.
CNBC's John Harwood says the lack of a specific proposal from House Speaker John Boehner's brief appearance before reporters indicates continued divisions within the GOP, strengthening the hand of the Senate.
CNBC's John Harwood reports the latest updates on a deal to end the government shutdown.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the House GOP will push a separate bill to end the government shutdown and raise the debt limit.
Alastair Newton, Senior Political Analyst at Nomura sheds light on the supply risks for oil markets this week.
What's the impact to the Republican party from the government shutdown? Amity Shlaes, George W. Bush Institute director says "there is a war between the Republicans and the Republicans, and the whole party is in trouble." CNBC contributor Keith Boykin, and National Review's Robert Costa, weigh in.
Robert Costa of National Review says he is hearing House Republicans still want to send something more conservative back to the Senate.
Tony Fratto, Partner at Hamilton Place Strategies and former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury says that Republicans are asking for things that are seen as the cause of the shutdown.
Sequestration is bad for everyone, says Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA). He explains why he thinks the U.S. should try to unwind it as fast as possible.
The debate in Washington is finally back to the budget, explains Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA).
Anticipating news of a budget deal in Washington, with Robert Costa of National Review.
Sen. Jon Tester, (D-MT), says the tactics that the Tea Party has used over the past several weeks has probably done some great things for fundraising but hasn't done much for our country.
Sen. Jon Tester, (D-MT), provides his views on why the sequester has not worked and what needs to be done to reach a deal on the budget.
Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) tells Simon Hobbs he's increasingly hopeful Senate leaders are getting close to a deal to raise the debt ceiling and reopen the government.
Alan Higgins, CIO at Coutts, says a short-term deal between Republicans and Democrats is likely and explains why he favors equities and corporates bonds over sovereign assets.