What remains is for the two houses of Congress to pass the deal. The article suggests passage should be easy in the Senate, more difficult in the House. That sounds about right. A fair number of freshmen Republicans may vote no, although they shouldn't. While the president has approved the deal, many Democrat Representatives may also vote no.
Barring a last-minute snafu, the federal government should be able to keep borrowing and paying its bills. There will be journalistic post-mortems on this stand-off for weeks to come. Both sides will claim a victory, at least one side will be lying.