White House Chief of Staff Dennis McDonough and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan discussed the budget over beers at …
(WASHINGTON) — The White House now says it’s willing to consider legislation that would give the administration the budget-cutting flexibility to avoid furloughs of air traffic controllers.
Those furloughs could result in widespread air traffic delays.
White House spokesman Jay Carney says that if Congress wants to address the …
Washington is atwitter about Paul Ryan’s latest give-no-quarter budget. It is an absurd document, of course. But is it relevant? Probably not.
Beyond the ideological fracas is the last best chance for a grand bargain this summer.
There is a real chance now to get a grand bargain in place before Labor Day.
The House Republican stopgap bill locks in the sequester cuts while cushioning their impact on party priorities.
As budget officials wrestle with the sequester, the next cliff is already looming, just weeks away.
You changed the channel, you clicked away from the headlines, and you tried to ignore it. But the sequester can no longer be avoided. On March 1, the latest dysfunctional deadlock in Washington will trigger $85 billion in …
With just days before sequestration kicks in, Republicans have learned to love a policy they once claimed to loathe.
It’s a strange thing, this sequester – especially the Pentagon’s over-reaction. Sure, entitlement spending is driving the budget crisis. But that doesn’t mean military spending should be bullet-proof.
The bickering over the provenance of the sequester belies the fact that very few people in Washington truly know how it will unfold.
Will the Democrats or G.O.P. win the sequester showdown? Here’s a scorecard for watching the machinations over the coming month.
Who says the campaign season ends?