The latest news on sequestration
The president is accused of exaggerating the effects of budget cuts.
The sequester was supposed to spur Congress to end the same old way of doing business, but now it just gives the Defense Department special privileges.
Declining budgets mean that funds need to be spent more wisely and be in line with desired strategic ends.
Obama looks vulnerable, and his main goal is to smash the Republican party, some GOP strategists say.
Members of Congress still act like they can propose spending on frivolous projects and the taxpayer will foot the bill.
Americans aren't too stupid to realize education funding is being cut, and it will have an impact.
Antics between President Obama and Congress on sequestration would make Thomas Jefferson roll over in his grave.
The U.S. sequestration and the political mess in Italy raise questions about modern democracies’ ability to function.
The Obama administration still hopes for a deal with Republicans.