The Congressional Budget Office, in its “Budget and Economic Outlook: 2018-2028,” says that our federal debt is projected to be on a steadily rising trajectory throughout the coming decade.
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Not only is (Medicare) facing the same demographic upheaval, it’s also coping with the harsh fluctuations of healthcare costs, which are not set, under current models, to stabilize like the senior
An unexpected weakening in the finances of Social Security and Medicare has raised concern about the bedrock programs for the middle class.
Social Security will spend more than it collects this year, the program’s trustees said Tuesday, marking the first time in more than 35 years that it will run an annual deficit as it slides toward
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U.S. Rep. Ted Budd (R-Advance) is hosting a workshop on the federal budget Monday evening at the Central Library in Greensboro.
As the White House prepared to formally call upon Congress to take back $15 billion in unused federal appropriations, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) announced Monday that the government coll
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The GOP-led Congress failed to pass a budget by April 15 this year, violating a federal law and earning another black mark on the party’s record of fiscal stewardship. . . .