The latest news on sequestration
U.S. foreign assistance programs advance America's security, prosperity, and global leadership.
It was Obama who proposed the sequester, it was Obama who signed it into law, and it was Obama who threatened to veto any changes.
The spending cuts will crimp growth in 2013, but could boost it next year.
It's clear that rather than making difficult decisions, Congress is going to let indiscriminate cuts equally slice the good and the bad.
Republicans accuse the president of "campaigning" rather than trying to seriously solve the country's budget issues.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is arguing that looming government-wide spending cuts could idle military resources like naval aircraft carriers, while Republicans are criticizing the president for taking his arguments outside Washington instead of staying to work out a plan before Friday's deadline.
With sequestration nearing, the president’s team details state-by-state cuts.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will be meeting with the nation's governors as they push Congress to avert deep federal spending cuts that begin to take effect Friday.
Who originated the idea matters less than who enacted it and who is trying to fix it.
During his State of the Union, President Obama showed he isn't listening to the American people when it comes to foreign policy.