The inability of the two parties to work together in Washington, D.C., brought the United States dangerously close to a default in October. A last-minute deal was struck to continue funding the government for three months and raise the debt ceiling. The resolution ended the 16-day shutdown. But it set the stage for a renewed round of political wrangling after the New Year.
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