Trump threw a childish tantrum, while Democratic leaders in Congress showed that they’re the real adults in the room.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi insulted President Donald Trump Tuesday, according to multiple reports, about one of the issues he’s most sensitive about: his manhood.
Lately, some Republican members of Congress have given evidence of spines that they are capable of stiffening.
Trump is wreaking havoc on America’s financial situation, but he just doesn’t care.
Given his erratic behavior, from daily Twitter eruptions to upping his tally of lies by the hour, it’s hard to think of Donald Trump as a man with a plan.
In the next two years, Congress is not likely to do much right, but it’s also not likely to do much wrong.
The Trump administration is trying to weaken a landmark set of laws that prevent doctors from jacking up healthcare costs.
When the first world war ended 100 years ago, no one had to be told that it was an important event.
That is why Democrats who want to expand Social Security propose a more generous, accurate measure of inflation.
Spending grew by $129 billion, a 3.2 percent increase over 2017.
It’s not enough to let them waste our money, now Republicans think Trump’s Cabinet deserves a raise.
Insurance companies retreated from some communities amid stronger storms, leaving a “last-resort” plan to fill the growing gap.
The storm is pummeling coastal towns that are battling rising sea levels and have been repeatedly bailed out by federal flood insurance.
According to CBO, the deficit through the first 11 months of fiscal 2018 was $895 billion, a $222 billion (32.8%) increase over the same period in 2017.
Kellyanne Conway got caught in a lie by Jake Tapper — then immediately told the same lie to Chuck Todd.
Congressional Republican leaders have been clear: They do not want a government shutdown at the end of the month.
The $1 trillion-plus annual Trump budget deficits that are about to start will soon create huge policy challenges for future generations of Americans.
The most recent generic polls show Democrats with a big lead over Republicans on who should control the House in the next Congress.
The fact that Republicans are great at cutting taxes for the 1% while butchering social programs for the poor doesn’t mean that they don’t spend tax dollars like crazy.
On this week’s podcast, we look at public spending at Trump’s private businesses.
These would have enhanced productivity and put the money into blue-collar pockets, as opposed to rich-investor portfolios.
Then there are Trump’s reckless tax cuts. Price tag: an astounding $1.5 trillion over 10 years. They helped deliver a druggy economic high. Deficit pushing does that — until it turns on you.
Trump only cares about veterans when the cameras are on.
As a new Ebola outbreak was declared on Tuesday, Trump called to rescind emergency outbreak funding and the White House abruptly disbanded its global health security team.
Republicans promised their tax scam would benefit workers, but tech giant Qualcomm is laying off 1,500 employees while lining the pockets of its Wall Street investors.