What will congress do this time as we near the latest limit on U.S. borrowing? Who knows?
Sequestration cuts are starting to be felt across the country, but Capitol Hill is stuck making purely symbolic gestures instead of reaching a financial solution.
In some ways, things in Washington, D.C., seem to get harder to understand by the day.
The automatic budget cuts known as sequestration aren’t making much of a dent in Americans’ lives…yet. But you might want to make some plans to deal with the cuts just in case.
Two endeavors — forecasting weather and forecasting economic impacts of Washington decision-making — actually should belong in the same place.
The White House says automatic budget cuts known as the sequester may soon hit some families’ budgets hard.
Thousands could lose access to free housing counseling.
Budget cuts and a potential government shutdown could get in the way of your loan closing.
The federal tax agency won’t be immune to temporarily laying off workers due to sequestration, but it will postpone action until after tax filing season ends.
The impending the package of mandatory spending cuts has been decried this week as “immediate, painful, arbitrary” and using “the meat-cleaver approach.”