Parties hold fire on Social Security

For years in Washington, deficit-watchers said any serious, take-your-medicine plan to balance the budget had to address the looming Social Security crisis, often portrayed as a ticking time bomb set to explode when all those baby boomers retired.

But this year, even Republican fiscal hawks who have been planning to reshape Social Security for years are holding their fire for now, with an approach that can be summed up like this: You first, Mr. ... Full Story »

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