FISCAL CLIFF STORIES
Following fiscal cliff drama and Sandy relief aide, members of the Republican party are pointing the finger at one another.
As House Republicans in Washington, D.C. continue to discuss the fiscal cliff proposal, we wanted to hear from the elected officials representing the Triad.
A divided Republican House passed the Senate's "fiscal cliff" bill Tuesday night, following a tense day of GOP protests that the plan does not do enough to rein in federal spending.
Republicans are dropping their demands for additional spending cuts and will hold a House vote on whether to give final congressional approval to the Senate-approved compromise averting "fiscal cliff" tax increases and spending cuts.
Jason Husser, a political science professor at Elon University stopped The Good Morning Show to explain what "The Debt Ceiling" and "Fiscal Cliff" mean for the economy and your wallet.
The House will miss the midnight deadline set for voting to avoid the "fiscal cliff," according to the Associated Press.
WFMY News 2 reached out to North Carolina's senators and representatives to find out what's happening on Capitol Hill.
President Obama and congressional leaders meet Friday afternoon to discuss ways to avoid automatic tax hikes that take effect Tuesday.
We've been hearing about the Fiscal Cliff for some time now, but the question we all want answered is how will it impact me? Certified financial expert Michael Whittenberg explains.
House Republicans abruptly put off a vote Thursday on legislation allowing tax rates to rise for households earning $1 million and up.
Pres. Obama and Speaker John Boehner play the public blame game on the fiscal cliff.
The House speaker told lawmakers he wants to move forward with a bill that will raise tax rates on Americans making more than $1 million.
Like the rest of the country, nearly all North Carolina citizens would face automatic tax increases and see services scaled back without a plan to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff.
Former White House Budget Director says if lawmakers don't avoid it, it would have serious consequences for the U.S. economy.
Financial advisers were at WFMY News 2 on Wednesday taking your calls about your money in relations to the fiscal cliff.
Sen. Richard Burr said that he expects Republicans to "take some creative approaches" soon.
When taxes might go up by hundreds of dollars
because Congress can't get a deal done to avert the fiscal cliff,
where's the outrage?
Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) said Congress failing to reach a deal
by year's end to avert the "fiscal cliff" would be "totally unacceptable."
The clock is ticking as the much-talked about "fiscal cliff" draws nearer.