President Obama will hold an 11 a.m. press conference on the debt ceiling (Hot Air)
The Senate Gang of Six talks are heating up again (The Hill)
Governor cuts deal with Republicans to end government shutdown in Minnesota (New York Times)
Defense Department acknowledges it suffered a huge breach in cybersecurity (New York Times)
Ron Paul on the debt ceiling:
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