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On April 27, S&P Global Credit Portal released a report showing that many states are still experiencing a slow recovery from the last recession. Today’s Breaking it Down will take a closer look.
The second aircraft carrier in the Navy’s Ford class is now set to exceed the spending cap set by congress by at least $370 million.
After spending $200 million, the Hawaii Obamacare Exchange is closing its doors and sending all of its participants to the national exchange.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute released its annual evaluation on the costs of federal regulations. The numbers they found are staggering.
Department of Defense employees just got caught for having paid for gambling and escorts on government cards.
The U.S. economy expanded at only 0.2 percent during the first quarter of 2015. Here's what you need to know about this abysmally poor growth rate.
On April 21, the HHS Inspector General announced that federal officials ignored earlier recommendations that could have reduced Medicare costs by $251 million.
The GAO announced that the the new green loan guarantee program will cost taxpayers $2.2 billion, including $807 million for loans that have defaulted.
The IRS claims that they needed to cut customer service do to budget cuts, but their lavish spending in other areas tells a different story.
The EPA’s upcoming power plant regulations could eliminate one-fifth of coal-based power plants and cost nearly 80,000 energy jobs.
Last week, the U.S. Treasury released a statement of the government’s outlays for March. The U.S. government posted a $54 billion deficit during March, up 43% from the same period last year.
The Government Accountability Office just released its annual report detailing how the government can cut waste and reduce spending.
A new report from Citizens Against Government Waste identified hundreds of billions in potential government savings through the elimination of wasteful federal programs.
A new report by Rep. Steve Russell details some of the most egregious ways that our government has wasted money.