FAA legislation exemplifies the way Congress has responded to the sequester -- randomly, and almost entirely for reasons of publicity rather than policy.
No proposed solutions to the sequester (of five tested) rallies majority support across party lines.
The President looks to have overplayed his hand. The next move belongs to Republicans.
What you might have missed in the Speaker's Sunday sitdown
The White House's top economic adviser says Republicans are the ones who wanted the sequester to be all spending cuts.
Liberals delight. Conservatives rage.
Most Americans agree that the deep spending cuts that kick in today will have have a negative effect on the economy. When it comes to their own financial situations, however, they're not convinced.
Two-thirds of people disapprove how the GOP is handling federal spending issues.
When they agreed to sequestration, they never really thought it would happen.