Senators seeking to cut waste and fraud should spend their moral outrage on the tens of billions of dollars to be found in the sea of corporate tax loopholes.
Economy & Budget
Without the perseverance of women small-business owners, the recession would have been more devastating and taken a far greater toll on our economy.
Congress is moving towards legislation that will significantly modify the Act based on short-run considerations (election-year concerns) rather than focusing on the long-term goal of making America more resilient to future flood catastrophes and fiscal responsibility.
The program already working in the states and has garnered praise from both Republican and Democratic governors.
With thousands of comments submitted, the IRS’ proposed rules for 501(c)(4) organizations have elicited a record response.
Developing practical, bipartisan solutions is still possible in today’s polarized Washington, even on an issue as complex and fraught with politics as housing finance.
The National Flood Insurance Program needs fixing, a reality that Congress recognized only 18 months ago yet seems determined to forget.
Criminals have been more active of late finding ways to steal data on U.S. consumers.
The last five years of airline “consolidation” have not been good for consumers.
With Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) intent on introducing a transportation bill as early as April, lawmakers are scrambling to bail out the transportation trust fund—a...