Washington’s fiscal year began two months ago but elected officials still seem a long way from agreement on spending plans for the next 10 months.
In Washington, a new holiday tradition is forming: Congress passing large tax breaks without paying for them.
The federal debt is already at a post-World War II high as a share of the economy, and heading higher on an unsustainable path that Washington is unlikely to fundamentally change in the c
Donald Trump, the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, will discuss his federal budget plans in a live studio interview at 5 p.m.
Dealing with the federal debt should be a top priority for the presidential candidates, according to a new paper by Robert L.
Congress continues to work on overdue spending legislation for the fiscal year that began Oct.
With the federal budget on an unsustainable path, Iowa residents should press presidential candidates to explain what they plan to do about it, according to a guest column in the Waterloo
After reauthorizing transportation programs for three weeks late last month, lawmakers are once again poised to pass another short-term extension to give themselves more time to negotiate
Republican presidential candidate George Pataki said in a Fiscal Fridays interview last week that he would substantially reduce government overall and cut tax rates even as he bo