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WASHINGTON: Saying the U.S. government shutdown was having a "heartbreaking" impact on ordinary Americans, President Barack Obama on Saturday renewed his call on congressional Republicans to end the five-day stalemate and pass a funding bill without conditions.
NEW YORK: US stocks are likely to face another week of rising turbulence as efforts to settle the budget dispute in Washington drag on, leaving investors worried about the more critical issue of raising the US debt ceiling. The budget impasse has led to a partial US government shutdown for the past several days, already longer than many investors had expected.
MOST parents find it a challenge to get their children to drink enough water in a day.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal have called up center back Sereno to replace the injured Bruno Alves for the World Cup Group F qualifying matches against Israel on Friday and Luxembourg four days later.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is careening toward what could be a calamitous default on its debt because of political dysfunction in Washington. The U.S. Treasury has said it will hit the nation's $16.7 trillion debt cap by October 17.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's top adviser on energy and climate change, Heather Zichal, plans to step down in the next few weeks after five years at the White House, senior administration officials said on Monday.
SUNDVOLLEN, Norway (Reuters) - Norway's centre-right parties agreed on the terms of their coalition government on Monday, promising to lower taxes, reduce the economy's reliance on the vast oil sector, invest heavily in infrastructure and curtail immigration.