Debt-ceiling standoff: Here’s what’s next as U.S. faces potential default June 1


A divided Washington is making a little progress toward raising the debt ceiling and avoiding a U.S. default, but the endgame still isn’t clear.

Here’s what looks likely to come next, as a White House meeting among key players is planned for May 9 — and June 1 looms as a possible deadline.

Biden aims for May 9 talks after Yellen’s warning


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