WASHINGTON (AP) There are just 3 days left before the US government hits the borrowing limit.
Sunday night talks in the Senate ended with no deal.
Senators will be meeting again today at 2:00 p.m. EDT to continue discussions.
A bi-partisan group is still trying to hash out a plan to open the government and raise the debt ceiling.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says Republicans are still treating re-opening the government as a "concession,"
Democrats are demanding a "clean" bill that funds the government and raises the debt ceiling -- no strings attached.
Senate Republicans blocked such a measure, this weekend, and House Republican leaders say the President has rejected their proposal for a 6-week extension of the debt ceiling.
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