November 6th, 2015 | By: Paloma Nazar
President Barack Obama on Monday signed into a law a bipartisan budget bill that avoids a catastrophic U.S. default and puts off the next round of righting over federal spending and debt until after next year’s presidential and congressional elections. Obama praised the rare bipartisan cooperation behind the deal, saying the 2-year agreement that funds the government through 2017 fiscal year puts the government on a responsible path. Tuesday was the deadline for averting a default on U.S. financial obligations by raising the debt limit. The Senate gave final approval to the House-passed bill last week and sent it to Obama. Read the article here.