Will Washington fail again? A fresh series of budget deadlines is fast approaching.
With one crisis behind us and another possibly looming, what can we expect in coming months?
Congress finally passed legislation to end the shutdown. And rates did the unexpected.
Congress has dodged U.S. default. But the clock is ticking once again.
The longer the government shutdown lasts, the more damage it could do.
During the federal government shutdown, the IRS stops audits and taxpayer assistance but keeps collecting.
The shutdown might affect you more than you think and put a cramp in your weekend plans.
Despite a plan to reduce staff by 96 percent, HUD says it will keep the lights on.
Tax payments are due Oct. 15, even if there’s a government shutdown Oct. 1.
If the government shuts down the impact on mortgage loans will go beyond FHA. Government officials and lenders say loans backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac won’t be affected by the shutdown because those agencies operate separately from the government, even though they have been under federal control since 2008. But Fannie and Freddie,