November 16th, 2012
07:50 PM ET

Bipartisan fiscal cliff meeting gives hope for compromise

Our Second story OutFront: a fiscal cliffhanger.

For the first time since his re-election, President Obama met with top Congressional leaders today, and afterwards both sides used rosy language to describe their meeting on how to avoid the cliff.

Words like "confident" and  "constructive" were tossed around. But will it amount to a deal? Outfront tonight is CNN's White House Correspondent Brianna Keilar.

Filed under: Congress • Economy • Fiscal Cliff • Politics • Sequestration
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