Several leading Democrats warned the deal is on verge of unraveling over exclusion of jobless aid.
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The House is expected to vote Thursday on a two-year deal.
The House-Senate budget compromise is headed for a Thursday vote in the House but the deal could fall apart because of a dispute the Medicare "doc fix" and federal unemployment benefits.
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Criticism comes after simmering tensions, and on eve of possible budget vote.
He's against the deal because it raises discretionary spending above sequester levels.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling is promising the most thorough review of the Federal Reserve in history.
The House measure would provide doctors with a 0.5 percent payment update through March.
The Government Accountability Office reported inconsistent treatment of some new rules.
Veterans groups are lashing out at the congressional budget deal for targeting military retirement accounts to help pay for spending increases.
Russia wants to forge a bilateral agreement by the end of 2014, a top official said.