Debt limit talks halted again at Capitol as Republicans, White House face 'real differences'


Debt limit talks have resumed at the capital as Republicans and The White House face real differences on Norman hall. In a sudden turnaround, debt limit talks resumed late Friday after negotiators came to an abrupt standstill earlier in the day when Republican House speaker Kevin McCarthy said it's time to pause negotiations, but McCarthy told Fox business news that negotiators would be back in the room. The Biden administration is racing to strike a deal with Republicans as the nation careens toward a potentially catastrophic debt default. That would happen if the government fails to increase the borrowing limit now at $31 trillion to keep paying the nation's bills. Experts have warned that even the threat of a debt default could send shockwaves through the economy. Norman hall, Washington

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