Hysteria surrounding Obamacare enrollment may have tapered off a bit, but the underlying story remains: implementation still is not going smoothly.
The minimum wage debate is raging not just in the United States, but around the world.
Illinois is trying to implement a new soda tax in the face of evidence that soda taxes don't work.
President Obama has made liberal use of "executive action" throughout his presidency, and pledged to make even more use of executive action in this year's State of the Union speech.
In the wake of President Obama's tepid response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine - the Obama Administration called it an "unplanned arrival" - Republicans pushed for a stronger response.
It's a 979-page plan that, among other things, lowers marginal income tax rates, lowers the corporate tax rate, increases the standard deduction for individual and married couples, phases out certain tax breaks, consolidates other tax breaks, and reforms retirement savings plans.
From "hide the decline" to the "hockey stick" to Rush Limbaugh, the debate over climate change is fraught with accusations that the other side is willfully lying about the facts in order to win. Now there are two academics out with a paper justifying lying about climate change in order to convince global governments to "do something" about it.
A new release from the Congressional Budget Office finds that tax revenue will be about at the historical average in 2014 and will rise to 18.2% of GDP in 2015.
It's counterintuitive but new research suggests it's true: self-identified Republicans are at least as good - and possibly better - at being energy-efficient in their private lives as Democrats.
President Obama's legally-required but constantly-delayed official budget request to Congress will be on Capitol Hill soon.
Colorado made marijuana legal and subjected it to a hefty sales/sin tax last year, and Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper has raised expectations for how much these marijuana taxes will bring in over the next fiscal year.
Meanwhile, if you want to blame someone for your awful cable services, look not at big business but at local government.
Don't call it "job lock": the Congressional Budget Office has evaluated two proposals to hike the minimum wage, and has found strong disincentive effects for employers to either hire new workers or to retain the workers they'll have to pay more for.
Despite his outwardly even-keeled demeanor, Sen. Minority Leader has had a target on his back for both Republicans and Democrats in the last few years.
The defense budget is no longer the top driver of spending - it has been bypassed by Social Security.
The state of New Jersey has some of the most restrictive gun regulations in the country. Their concealed carry law is under fire from their own citizens, who have sued to relax the state's restrictions.
Congressional Democrats in swing states and vulnerable seats have continued to feel the pressure of Obamacare's pathetic poll numbers.
Does the world feel different? If it does, it's because we're operating under a debt limit again.
In a hearing with Congressional Budget Office Director Doug Elmendorf yesterday, GOP Rep. Paul Ryan discussed the CBO report's finding that work disincentives will cause the equivalent of more than two million full-time workers to leave the workforce.
The Congressional Budget Office's long-term budget update was released today, and there are important updates from its previous projections relating to recent legislative changes. Guy will have more, but there are a few important things to remember.