“As we look at keeping discretionary spending under control we do want to be careful and maintain a fiscally responsible approach, but we don’t want to cut the heart out of things that ar
“In only a few years we will be spending more servicing our past debt than we will investing in our future,” Marc Goldwein, senior vice president for the Committee for a Responsible Feder
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
Congress and the Trump administration could save tens of billions of dollars by acting to improve efficiency and effectiveness in dozens of federal programs that range from Medicare to mi
Last year, our leaders in Washington cut taxes. This year, they’re cranking up spending.
The result, for our children and grandchildren, will be more and more debt. . . .
The budget agreement reached by Congress and signed on Friday by the president is what we feared.
WASHINGTON -- President Trump today signed the $1.3 trillion spending bill to fund government programs for the remaining six months of Fiscal 2018.
The Trump administration unveiled its long-awaited infrastructure plan with great fanfare last month.
There has been a lot of buzz around President Donald Trump's $4.4 trillion budget proposal outlining steep spe
President Donald Trump’s next budget is being rewritten at the last minute to make sure it’s not entirely out-of-date even before it