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Fiscal cliff negotiators can't even agree on whether they're making progress

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Negotiations over pending tax increases and massive spending cuts have become so gridlocked that those at the heart of the deal-making can't even agree on whether they're making progress. At the White House, spokesman Jay Carney on Tuesday declared that "significant movement toward compromise" had been made in the discussions. On the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue, however, Senate Majority...

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