Negotiations on U.S. tax-cut extension are handed to a panel

U.S. President Barack Obama and congressional leaders from both parties have not been able to agree on terms for extending Bush-era tax cuts. Democrats and Republicans agreed that they want to continue at least some of the tax breaks next year. Negotiations were sent to a six-member committee with instructions from Obama to "break the logjam."

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