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U.S. Senate candidate Ben Sasse (R-NE), says there was a desire to hide from the American people how much rate shock there was going to be. Robert Laszewski, Health Policy & Strategy Associates, weighs in.
Discussing news the White House is delaying the health care deadline, with U.S. Senate candidate Ben Sasse (R-NE), and Robert Laszewski, Health Policy & Strategy Associates.
The White House intends to delay the deadline for requiring purchase of health insurance, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
The White House says President Barack Obama has assured German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the U.S. isn't listening in on her phone calls.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the White House is denying reports the U.S. was spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel's personal cell phone.
The sequester and brinkmanship is getting in the way of creating stronger private sector jobs growth, says Jason Furman, Council of Economic Advisers chairman, sharing his thoughts on this morning's employment numbers for September.
CNBC's Melissa Lee looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. Stocks soared after a deal was reached in Washington. Standard & Poor's estimates the shutdown cost the economy $24 billion.
The government contract for the company that built the glitch-prone website for Obamacare has ballooned to three times its original cost.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen, (D-MD), shares his thoughts on how lawmakers can get pass the fundamental divide on spending and deficits, and reach an agreement on the budget.
Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform founder, and Mark Patterson, Center for American Progress, discuss round two in the battle to reach a grand bargain on Capitol Hill.
Sen. Ron Johnson, (R-WI), discusses why the GOP strategy on Obamacare failed and shares his plans to prevent another government shutdown.
What happen last night was the "worst, most irresponsible" way of reopening the government, says Rep. Mo Brooks, (R-AL), sharing his thoughts on last night's last minute debt deal. And Rep. Jim Himes, (D-CT), defends the passage of last night's bill, asserting it did not raise U.S. debt.
Now both sides of the aisles must decide whether they "want to go big or go small," as Congress attempts to reach a long-term deal on cutting spending and taxes, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
LEE SACHS is Co-Founder & CEO of Alliance Partners says that the debt deal gives a window for US congress to work out their differences and not risk a further damage to their reputation.
Ridgewells Catering has furloughed workers and lost revenue across the board. Now, holiday parties are starting to cancel.
Republican politicians are rightly worried that they are losing the hearts and minds of the American people. Here's how to win America back.
The normally immaculate White House kitchen garden now looks more like most gardeners' plots at this time of the year - overgrown.
Many are worried a short-term fix in Washington will not fix the lingering problems. TD Ameritrade CFO & EVP Bill Gerber, says "uncertainty is keeping businesses from figuring out where they're going to go."
TD Ameritrade CFO & EVP Bill Gerber, says his business is in very good shape amid the government shutdown. "We are seeing more trading activity," he says.
Many companies struggle to plan for 2014 as the future is unknown. If a deal is reached on the debt limit, it might mean new taxes, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.