The deep divide between House Republicans over the fiscal year 2014 budget is between two political philosophies that have little in common.
Now is the time to find out how Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) “entitlement reforms” will impact the nation’s seniors.
The debt limit has a long and sordid history, but it is quite different from the one described by Sen. Ted Cruz.
Legal experts spoke about the impact of the government shutdown on the federal judiciary and the U.S. Department of Justice. The forum was sponsored by Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee.
Measured in workdays lost, the current shutdown is already the third longest in history and involves a far larger share of the government than either of the two shutdowns that were of longer duration.
The federal government is on the brink of shutting down yet again, although most Americans don’t understand the fight taking place in Washington. Here’s what happened.
When you slice through all the heated rhetoric, the budgetary choices we face may be painful, but they are actually much simpler to make than the debate would suggest.
House Republicans refuse to support the austere spending levels mandated by their own budget resolution. Senate bipartisanship is short lived. Outlook for the fall: chaos.
Report The federal government has made a commitment to providing retirees in this country with a specific level of support once they reach retirement age, but the cost of providing that support is beyond the revenues presently available to pay such costs.
Using funds appropriated for congressional operations to fight court battles on behalf of the Defense of Marriage Act turned out to be a bad deal for taxpayers and DOMA supporters alike.
Prime Minister Erdoğan should either redirect his policies toward building cohesion or turn the reins of power over to someone who can.
The Federal Aviation Administration “fix” demonstrates how clueless Congress remains about the mischief it has created.
Airlines for America CEO Nick Calio’s recent lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration demonstrates that lobbyists today aren’t as invested in the details as they used to be.
Reporting that says that the blame for the sequester is to be shared is probably not wrong. But among those who should be at the forefront of sharing that blame are the nation's newspapers and broadcasters.
The billions of dollars in savings promised by the sequester could turn out to be no more than a pipe dream.