The bipartisan leaders of the U.S. Senate reached an agreement to end the fiscal impasse, said three Democratic aides speaking on condition of anonymity.

The agreement would end the 16-day-old government shutdown and extend U.S. borrowing authority, which lapses tomorrow. House Republicans today signaled that they will allow it to pass.

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