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Even those outside the US are worried about the government shutdown




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At this moment, lawmakers in Washington are reportedly close to making a deal to end the government shutdown.

At issue for the congressional Republicans at the center of this battle, is their determination to de-fund the Affordable Care Act. If no agreement is reached, the country will tomorrow default on $11 billion in debt, possibly sending the country and the world into economic chaos.

In today's New York Times, reporter Damien Cave took a global view on the crisis. He joins the show from Mexico City with more.