Trump's budget eliminates arts, public broadcasting spending
President Trump's proposed budget calls for the elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Small and rural programs would be hit hardest.
Trump's budget plan, by the numbers
President Trump just released his budget plan for the next fiscal year, which proposes some big changes in government spending. Here's a look at what agencies are helped and hurt by the proposal.
Where Trump's budget proposal goes next
President Trump has introduced his budget plan, but that's just the beginning of the appropriations process. The Washington Post's White House economic policy reporter Damian Paletta explains what happens next.
When we were small: Ben's Chili Bowl
The now famous Ben’s Chili Bowl opened in 1958 with four booths and a counter. It was one of the only businesses to survive DC’s 1968 riots and gentrification in the U Street Neighborhood. Now a well known institution, Ben’s Chili Bowl has opened stores around the region, ships food across the country, and is known worldwide.