The latest news on federal budget
The United States needs to stay engaged in foreign affairs, but it must choose where it spends wisely.
Foreign aid is one of the United States' most cost-effective and life-saving humanitarian efforts
If government spending is crack, then it's big businesses, not the poor, who need to kick the habit.
Obama's tax plan is divisive.
Rather than pass a budget, Congress is winging it through the year. The result? Partisan squabbles.
The American Jobs Act would provide $60 billion to modernize schools and retain teachers.
With their objections to federal disaster aid, conservatives are playing politics and delaying help.
A poll finds that Americans believe Washington should be doing less.
Texas agribusiness reaped in the Washington overspending Gov. Rick Perry criticizes.
Two more years of low rates means savers will continue to be punished.