The federal government uses debt to pay about a quarter of its bills and the federal borrowing limit is maxed out. WSJ’s Andrew Duehren explains the June 1st X-date (when the U.S. runs out of funds) and some catastrophic potential outcomes if Congress doesn’t raise or suspend the federal borrowing limit.
- When Is the Debt Ceiling Deadline and What Happens if the Limit Isn’t Raised?
- Yellen Says Treasury Still Expects U.S. Could Default as Soon as June 1
- World Leaders Warily Watch U.S. Debt-Limit Standoff
Today, Apple released its Vision Pro headset, the company’s first major new product launch in a decade. WSJ’s Joanna Stern on whether the augmented-reality headset has the potential to take a niche device for nerds into the mainstream.