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A 'federal shutdown' went into effect on October 1 as President Barack Obama, Democrats & congressional Republicans were unable to find common ground on a new national budget.
Boehner hits tea party groups as budget vote nears
House Republicans get behind budget agreement
Budget deal could roll back budget cuts
Key support for budget deal; deficits would rise
House Republicans signal support for budget deal
Military alters training to deal with budget woes
Ending tax breaks eyed as way to ease budget cuts
In Iowa, divided government means compromise
Health law's troubles give GOP a much-needed boost
The shutdown's surprise effect on jobs numbers
US government shutdown could distort jobs report
Bipartisanship pitch meets skeptical Iowa voters
Futures rising on strong corporate performances
Dimmer view of economy makes Fed pullback unlikely
Outlaw shutdowns? That might make Congress worse
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