Gen Y has been called lazy, haplessly doomed and politically apathetic. Why do they feel this way? Short answer: They just don't trust their leaders in
Congress easily approved legislation Friday ending furloughs of air traffic controllers that have delayed hundreds of flights daily, infuriating travelers and
The FAA has no choice but to cut $637 million as its share of $85 billion in automatic, government-wide spending cuts that must be achieved by the end of the
President Obama's 2014 budget is getting a lot of criticism from all angles, and not all of it is constructive.
According to a new study from the Pew Research Center, young adults are shedding off debt faster than those 35 and older.
This month's gallery is filled with trips overseas, March Madness and an occasional soccer ball.
The House has passed a stopgap spending bill that will keep the government running through the end of the fiscal year.
Don’t look now, but we may avert a March 27 government shutdown after all. But at what cost to the American people? OnPolitix contributor Jessica O. Swink
Two major plans have emerged this week to try to fix the nation’s fiscal follies, and although they both plans call for hundreds of billions in spending cuts,
Although life as we know it still exists after the sequester, we now have another reason to look to Washington and expect Congress to play nice. Mark your
President Barack Obama is reaching out to rank-and-file Republicans, hosting GOP senators for dinner at the White House Wednesday night and then visiting
Ten years and $60 billion in American taxpayer funds later, Iraq is still so unstable and broken that even its leaders question whether U.S. efforts to rebuild
Congressional Republicans presented a huge spending measure that would fund day-to-day federal operations through September — and head off a potential
It's been a long, exhausting week leading up to the March 1 sequester deadline. Not just for the congressional leaders bickering back and forth, but for
President Barack Obama has signed an order authorizing the government to begin cutting $85 billion from federal accounts, officially enacting across-the-board
The White House says automatic spending reductions set to kick in will be put off until as close to midnight Friday as possible.