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Despite 'fiscal cliff,' D.C. becomes ghost town during Thanksgiving week

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For all the talk of looming calamity, Washington remains conspicuously empty this week. Congress is on Thanksgiving recess, and President Obama is winding down the last leg of his four-day, three-country Asia tour. Missing, at least publicly, is the exhaustive attention to the so-called fiscal cliff that Washington leaders have sounded the alarm on for weeks -- a mix of tax increases and...

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