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Geithner gives Congress more time on debt limit

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is giving Congress a little more breathing room to negotiate a deal that would raise the nation's borrowing limit. Full story

Geithner gives some companies pass on new rules

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has decided to let companies continue to trade certain contracts used to guard against swings in currency values outside regulators' view. Full story

Factbox: Treasury's tools to delay hitting debt limit

The next target in Washington's standoff over government spending is the $14.294 trillion debt limit, and Republicans in Congress plan to use their leverage to win deeper budget cuts in return for lifting the debt ceiling. Full story

Geithner strikes confident tone on deficit deal

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on Tuesday tried to reassure nation that President Barack Obama and Republican lawmakers will agree on a plan to whittle down the federal government's massive budget deficits over the next decade. Full story

Geithner: US deficit cut prospects improving

U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner Tuesday voiced disagreement with Standard & Poor's negative outlook for the U.S. AAA credit rating, saying political prospects to bring down long-term deficits were improving. Full story

Warren still candidate for consumer agency: Geithner

Controversial consumer watchdog Elizabeth Warren remains under consideration to run a new consumer financial protection agency, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said on Tuesday. Full story

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  U.S. Treasury Secretary defends debt rating

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner tells CNBC that prospects for U.S. fiscal reform are better than ever.

  GOP is holding the debt ceiling hostage

Takedown: The Treasury Secretary, Tim Geithner, has warned that failing to raise the debt ceiling for this country could have serious, negative consequences, but the GOP refuses to do the right thing.

  Geithner says Congress must raise debt limit

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Random House's Jon Meacham, former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, and the Council on Foreign Relations' Richard Haass – discuss the day's big issues including Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner’s words on raising the debt ceiling, the Senate "Gang of 6"

  Geithner, Greenspan, Lee, Granholm, Smiley, Meacham

Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner discusses the debt ceiling and the President’s plan to balance the budget. Then, Alan Greenspan, Sen. Mike Lee, Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Tavis Smiley, and Jon Meacham discuss spending, the economy, and the race to 2012.

  One-on-one with Sec. Geithner

Moderator David Gregory sits down with Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and they discuss the debt ceiling, unemployment, gas prices, and the Ryan plan.

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Treasury Secretary Geithner Tours Chrysler Assembly Plant
Treasury Secretary Geithner Tours Chrysler Assembly Plant

DETROIT, MI - APRIL 28: Chrysler Group and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne speaks with the press after giving U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner a tour of the Chrysler Jefferson North Assembly Plant April 28, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. Geithner is in Detroit to deliver a speech at the Detroit Economic