If Trump's budget proposal sounded familiar, there's a good reason for that

The difference between the two Republicans adds up to about $1,000 a year for a typical family.

After the failed effort to repeal "Obamacare," tax reform is the next big item on Trump’s agenda.

"Secretary Mnuchin’s comment about the lack of impact of technology on jobs is to economics approximately what global climate change denial is to atmospheric science or what creationism is to biology."

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The nation's incarceration rates are dropping, but whites are one of the few groups bucking the trend.

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Without a bit of legislative finesse, it will be Round 2 of Republicans' intra-party fracus.

For the GOP, here's the real tragedy of 24 million people keeping their health insurance.

It's part of a strange pattern of cuts in Trump's budget that seem to target Trump's voters.

China would regard opportunities to ally with a hard-left anti-American government as strategic windfalls.

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The company is also under investigation for illegally marketing powerful opioid painkillers.

Especially when it comes to military spending.

Trump’s border wall is a solution to a problem that is already gone, a new paper says.

Mnuchin also walked back a commitment to ensure that any overhaul of the tax code would not reduce the tax burden for wealthier Americans.

An increase in suicide, drug addiction and alcoholism is driving up middle-aged death rates, but new research suggests those “diseases of despair” are symptoms of a greater malaise -- one that's even harder to fix.

In seeking probe, United to Protect Democracy cites recent phone call between President Trump and Anthem chief executive.

Jay Clayton has spent more than a decade advising Goldman Sachs and other big banks. Senate Democrats question whether the SEC nominee is the right choice to regulate the industry.

The Congressional Black Caucus outlines in its meeting with Trump how the president could make his “New Deal for Black America” a reality.

The country's wealthiest taxpayers have already been paying into the fund. Now they'd get their money back.

"I’m baffled, and I have to believe [the administration] just doesn’t understand what it is the agency does,” said Lee Zak, a former director of the Trade and Development Agency.

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