THE RESET: Election prompts strategy shifts
WASHINGTON (AP) — Last week's elections are prompting multiple resets and course corrections.
A victorious President Barack Obama, a shell-shocked Republican Party and congressional leaders in both parties are undergoing strategy reboots — both with an eye to the future and to confront the more immediate problem of a looming budget crisis.
Without a deal by Jan. 1, the nation will go over a "fiscal cliff" of automatic tax increases and severe spending cuts that will affect nearly every American. Some economists say it also could trigger another recession.
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