Before Congress adjourns for its district work period in August, House and Senate Democrats hope to pass the FY 2022 budget resolution.
The federal debt held by the public has already passed 100 percent of GDP, up from 35 percent in 2007 on the eve of the Great Recession.
This week on Facing the Future we talked with Richard Jackson, President and Founder of the Global Aging Institute, and the author of a
To prevent their agenda from stalling, President Biden and congressional Democrats must secure two major policy victories before recessing for the upcoming month-long district work perio
This week on Facing the Future we looked at a subject on the minds of many economists as well as everyday consumers: what’s up with inflation?
This week on Facing the Future we looked at the nation’s statutory debt limit. What is it? Why doesn’t it work to control the growing debt and are there viable alternatives?
Most Americans know that the defense budget constitutes a substantial portion of federal spending, but there remains plenty of confusion as to just how much.
Washington - Today, the Congressional Budget Office released a topline summary of its much-anticipated update to the
This week on Facing the Future, we got an update on the economic recovery from Joe Minarik, Senior Vice President and Director of Research at the Committee for Economic Development of The
This week on Facing the Future, we welcomed back to the program Concord Coalition Co-Chairs, Bob Kerrey and Jack Danforth. The two former U.S.