WSJ Editorial Page assistant editor James Freeman on Obama's budget plans that would be paid for with spending cuts and higher taxes on the rich.
Congress and the White House collectively have a short attention span.Stock markets have surged in the first half of 2013 and housing prices are climbing again, rebu...
Private gathering to focus on challenges facing country
Shareholders are taking a close look at financial relationships between some J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM) board members and the company they oversee, in a sign of t...
Fix The Debt, the group pushing Congress to do something about runaway deficit spending, is loaded with highly compensated CEOs who know more about prosperity than a...
Justin Danhof took the floor at Honeywell International Inc.'s (HON) annual meeting in Morris Township, N.J., on Monday to ask about the company's taxpayer-funded bi...
GOP senator says plan uses deceptive accounting
Consumers paying more, spending less
The next time a politician or bureaucrat talks about their sacrifices as so-called "public servants," grab your wallet and run in the opposite direction. In fact, th...
Former US comptroller 'shakes' things up
Rep. Randy Forbes: Obama has to step up to the plate
Former U.S. Dept. of Labor Chief Economist Diana Furchtgott-Roth, former Fed Economist Kevin Hassett and former Sen. Scott Brown, (R-Mass.), on the new Simpson-Bowles plan to reduce the deficit.
Latest in battle over looming cuts
Former Debt Commission Co-Chair Alan Simpson on the government’s mounting debt.
Erskine Bowles, who was one-half of the Bowles-Simpson budget plan, will become the lead independent director at Morgan Stanley, the bank announced Tuesday afternoon...
Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain on the investigation into the IRS scandal.
Would no deal be better than this deal?
Reaction from Sen. John Barrasso
Former Sen. Alan Simpson, (R-Wyo.), on efforts to rein in government spending and avoid a government shutdown.
Congressman defends position against defunding ObamaCare