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The fiscal cliff refers to a series of enacted legislation which, if unchanged, will result in tax increases, spending cuts, and a corresponding reduction in the budget deficit at the end of 2012.
Architect of the Capitol
GOP lawmakers see automatic cuts as leverage
GOP looks to fight Dems, not negotiate with Obama
Expiring credits, deductions extended by Congress
Top to bottom changes in Congress' foreign policy
Analysis: Weak House GOP seeks leverage vs. Obama
New Congress Rep. Boehner fiscal cliff Jan. 3
New York (full caption, below)
Washington, D.C. (full caption, below)
Fiscal cliff deal taxes
Obama fiscal cliff
Pres. Barack Obama
Rep. John Boehner before vote on Fiscal Cliff bill
Rep. Eric Cantor
Fiscal cliff Senate vote
Fiscal Cliff Live Bar
Capitol Building in Washington D.C. at night (file)
President Obama fiscal cliff Dec 21
Speaker of the House John Boehner fiscal cliff Dec 21
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