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Fearing shutdown, Republicans will push a CR before recess that includes the sequester cuts if budget talks fail.
The Defense Secretary plans to reduce his staff from 2,400 to less than 2,200 personnel by fiscal year 2019--saving about $1 billion.
Negotiators have just 10 days left before they must make recommendations to Congress.
To dig its way out of debt, the Motor City may cut pensions, increase taxes, and even sell off precious works of art.
But experts are split on whether the interim deal will lead to a lasting agreement.
So much work has been done that no one wants to give up on the conference committee that resumes work this week.
Congress braces for brutal choice—more sequester or another shutdown.