NEW YORK - The United States posted the widest November budget deficit on record as spending doubled revenue. Outlays jumped 18 percent to $411 billion last month, while receipts were little changed at $206 billion, the Treasury Department said in a monthly report on Thursday. That left a $205 billion shortfall, compared with a $139 billion…
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