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BET Experience 2016
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A look at the debt ceiling debate and what could happen if the nation defaults on its financial obligations.
With the debt ceiling countdown nearing the Oct. 17 deadline, the nation is puzzled and in fear.
President Obama says to avoid another financial crisis, Congress must pass a budget by the end of the month.
The U.S. economy is facing a fiscal cliff and debt ceiling double whammy.
Republican lawmakers consider drastic measures to force President Obama's hand on spending cuts.
Congress continues to struggle to reach a deal to reopen government and extend the nation's debt limit.
The House and the Senate cannot agree on a short-term budget to keep government open.
President Obama and lawmakers react to the end of the shutdown.
A day-by-day countdown to the Aug. 2 debt limit deadline.
The president marks the financial crisis' fifth anniversary by calling on Congress to do its part to keep the economy moving forward.