The latest news on federal budget
The president said his budget cuts programs he cares deeply about.
Republicans charge that the White House proposals don't go far enough.
The president said major entitlement programs must be adjusted by both parties working together.
The House Budget Committee chairman says Obama "punted on the budget."
Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid have lifted many from poverty, but just barely.
The nondefense discretionary budget compromises a paltry 10 percent of total federal spending.
When the president releases his budget, GOPers, Tea Partyers, and liberals are likely to complain about cuts.
The December tax deal took away the GOP's main economic talking point.
Our analysis shows where spending has soared over the last four decades—and not just on healthcare.
GOP opposes massive new spending Obamacare brings--not the deficit reduction.