After suffering through months of conflict and stalemate over the adoption of a fiscal year 2018 budget, about halfway through the year, Connecticut is still coming up short on revenue.
Center for Security Policy president Frank Gaffney and Sgt. Jessie Jane Duff (Ret.) discuss President Trump's largest defense spending increases since the Ronald Reagan-era.
During a White House press conference, President Donald Trump told reporters that the IRS confirmed people will see lower tax rates by February if the Republicans pass tax reform by Christmas.
As new reports surface that North Korea could be developing new biological weapons capabilities, the United States is set to increase the multi-billion dollar budget for one agency tasked with combating biothreats.
During a White House press conference, President Trump discussed Republican Roy Moore's loss in the Alabama US Senate race on Tuesday, saying that it would not affect his administration's agenda.
During a White House press conference, President Trump said Republicans' tax reform plan -- which could reach his desk as soon as next week to be signed -- will bring trillions back to the U.S. economy.
Taxpayers like certainty when they're trying to figure out how to pay as little tax as possible.
Former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros discusses what could be included in President Donald Trump's infrastructure plan, which he is set to release in early January, and whether it will receive bipartisan support.
Robert Wolf, former chair of President Obama's economic advisors council, discusses how the economy fared under Obama compared to President Trump.
Former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker lambasts GOP tax reform bill for the purported $1.5 trillion it will add to the U.S. deficit.
Arizona Congresswoman Martha McSally (R) discusses what may be included in the final GOP tax reform bill and whether a government shutdown impact tax reform.
The U.S. House of Representatives, working against a Friday midnight deadline, approved legislation on Thursday to fund a wide range of federal programs through Dec. 22 and avoid a partial government shutdown when existing money expires.
President Donald Trump wants the U.S. corporate tax rate to be 20 percent and the White House is confident that it can craft a deal to avoid a government shutdown, White House legislative affairs director Marc Short said on Thursday.
President Donald Trump meets with bipartisan congressional leaders to avoid a government shutdown.
House Freedom Caucus member Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) discusses what Congress is doing to avoid a government shutdown.
Wisconsin could become the first state in the nation to conduct forced drug testing of childless adults applying for food stamps, a new initiative proposed by Republican Gov. Scott Walker that government officials say is “common sense.”
Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch (R) explains why she supports her state's plan to conduct drug tests of adults applying for food stamps.
President Donald Trump again raised the possibility of a U.S. government shutdown by week’s end - blaming Democrats for that possible outcome - one day before he is due to host Republican and Democratic congressional leaders for talks on a spending bill.
OX Business' Kennedy outlines Democrats' hysteria over the GOP tax reform bill.
Andy Puzder, former CKE Restaurants CEO, explains how the Senate's tax reform plan discourages growth by adding some new technicalities to its plan that limits the corporate tax rate reduction.