The United States has never defaulted on its debt and Democrats and Republicans say they don't want it to happen now. But with partisan acrimony running at fever pitch, and Democrats and Republicans so far apart on how to tame the deficit, the unthinkable is suddenly being pondered. Full story
Some of the United States' biggest creditors moved to shore up confidence in its sovereign debt Tuesday after Standard & Poor's threatened to cut its credit rating on the world's top economy, touching a nerve among big holders of Treasuries. Full story
Treasuries suffer worst two-day selloff since fall of Lehman, with Joe Kinahan, TD Ameritrade.
Why investors are still running to Treasuries, with Nick Bennenbroek, Wells Fargo, and Jason Weiner, Marshall Aggregate Bond Fund
Whether now is the time to ditch Treasuries, with Marc Faber, The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report; Peter Schiff, Euro Pacific Capital and CNBC's Sue Herera.
Why you shouldn't necessarily get out of crowded trades like Treasuries, commodities and large caps, with Sterling Smith, Country Hedging Inc.; David Zervos, Jefferies; and Brent Wilsey, Wilsey Asset Mgmt.
Insight on whether Treasuries will surge on a China move, with Peter Schiff, Euro Pacific Capital.
CHICAGO, IL - APRIL 27: A trader talks on two phones in the S&P 500 options pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange on April 27, 2011 in Chicago. The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee has announced that the key fed funds rate remains unchanged at 0-0.25 percent and stated that it will continue