President Obama on Tuesday touted his $3.9 trillion budget as a "balanced and responsible" way to create jobs and drive down the deficit during an event at a Washington, D.C., elementary school.
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The White House stepped back its economic expectations for the remainder of the president’s term in its latest budget request.
The Obama administration is continuing to push for heftier budgets for its top Wall Street watchdogs in its latest budget request.
Groups on the right are expected to urge opposition in a vote planned for Tuesday.
Camp went out of his way to avoid giving the highest earners a tax cut in reform plan.
The polling company said daily spending was the highest for a February since 2008.
Obama stressed combating income inequality in the State of the Union address.
President Obama will release his fiscal 2015 budget on Tuesday, and the rest of the week in Congress will be dominated by that action.
The former IRS official discussed answering questions in a closed-staff deposition.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said Monday that the economy is steadily improving even though it is not expanding as fast as some would like.