Government bailouts stick consumers with the bill
Sen. Rand Paul intends to force a vote on a $110 billion defense deal President Trump signed with Saudi Arabia, according to an aide to the Kentucky Republican.
President Donald Trump's first full budget would dramatically reduce the U.S. government's role in society, hitting hard many of the rural, working-poor supporters who propelled him into office as he cuts through the safety net for the poor and d
The Trump administration has officially unveiled its budget seeking $1.5 trillion in non-defense discretionary cuts and $1.4 trillion in Medicaid cuts over the course of a decade, while adding nearly half a trillion dollars to defense spending, for a
Lenders are tightening the spigot on new auto loans, making it harder for U.S. consumers with weak credit to buy a car, data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York show.
It seems this scam has consequences
Hartford, Connecticut, is on the verge of bankruptcy.
Puerto Rico's governor turned to the courts Wednesday to protect the U.S. territory from a crushing $73 billion debt in the largest effort ever made by a U.S. government to shield itself from creditors.
John Falkenberg for The Conservative Tribune reports, President Donald Trump is not happy about the way the budget that funds the government through Sept. 30 is shaking out. On Twitter, Trump, in his frustration, said that "Our country needs a good
Does Anyone In Washington Even Care That We Are 20 Trillion Dollars In Debt?
The final collapse of the Venezuela government is a matter of when and not if. Also, the when will probably be in some number of months
It's over for America. The "hail Mary" Trump revolution has been suffocated by a hoard of spineless, incompetent corporate prostitutes known as "Congress."
With Congress poised this week to approve a deal to fund the government through September, the first major bipartisan legislation of Trump's presidency, after lengthy negotiations (which have appeared to signal numerous 'folds' by President Trump), .
Why were Democrats unable to hide their enthusiasm for the latest Omnibus spending bill proposed by House Republicans?
As the deadline for U.S. federal budget authorization approaches, this infographic highlights the issues that people think are important enough to justify a government shutdown.
Israel is the first country outside the US to get access to the F-35 war plane, the most expensive ever developed
Is Donald Trump going to unconditionally surrender to the Democrats and completely give up his dream of building a border wall in order to avoid a government shutdown on his 100th day in office?