Democrats, Republicans far apart on supercommittee deficit deal
WASHINGTON (AP) -- As the nation's debt soared past $15 trillion, congressional Republicans and Democrats approached stalemate Wednesday in a year-long assault on federal deficits, stymied still by politically charged disagreements over taxes and the future of enormously expensive government benefit programs.
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