1. Kevin McCarthy of California won the House speaker's gavel after 14 rounds of voting, but his victory could lead to the most dysfunctional Congress ever.
2. McCarthy had to make concessions to the far-right wing of his caucus in order to win their votes, including allowing any one member to force a no-confidence vote in the speaker at any time.
3. These concessions have given the rebels leverage over every bill, and could lead to dangerous games of political chicken with global markets hanging in the balance.
The article is overall reliable and trustworthy as it provides an accurate account of events that occurred during Kevin McCarthy's election for House Speaker, as well as providing detailed information about the potential consequences of his victory. The article is also well-sourced, citing multiple sources such as CNN and AFP via Getty Images. However, there are some potential biases present in the article which should be noted. For example, while it does provide a balanced view by presenting both sides of the argument (McCarthy's victory vs its potential consequences), it does lean more towards emphasizing the latter point by focusing more on how his victory could lead to chaos and dysfunction in Congress rather than highlighting its positive aspects. Additionally, while it does mention possible risks associated with McCarthy's concessions (such as a dangerous game of political chicken with global markets hanging in the balance), it fails to explore counterarguments or other points of consideration that may be relevant to this issue. Furthermore, while it does provide evidence for its claims (such as citing Rep. Scott Perry's statement about debt ceiling negotiations being part of "the deal"), it fails to provide evidence for some other claims made (such as Rep. Ruben Gallego's statement that McCarthy will be "the weakest speaker"). All these factors should be taken into consideration when assessing the trustworthiness and reliability of this article.