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Lower US deficit fails to jumpstart budget talks

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WASHINGTON — Across-the-board spending cuts, a better economy and the partial shutdown combined to help the U.S. government kick off the 2014 budget year with a smaller deficit. A steadily shrinking deficit, however, has done little to jumpstart tense budget negotiations in Washington to keep the government open past January. The Treasury Department said Wednesday that the deficit in October...

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