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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.
The GAO found that in 2014, over $124 billion was improperly distributed from programs like Medicare, Medicaid, and the Earned Income Tax Credit.
The BEA announced it's final estimate for 2014's GDP growth. Growth has increased, but only barely. Here are the top 5 things to know.
American taxpayers shelled out over $4.8 million last year to subsidize hockey rinks, and many government funded rinks are running huge deficits.
Obamacare turned five on Monday, but it's as glitchy and problematic is ever. Here are 5 things to know on this 5th anniversary.
Hillary Clinton claims she turned over all of her relevant emails. Here is what she actually turned over, by the numbers.
The House Budget Committee just released its budget plan for 2016. The proposal seeks to balance budgets, cut deficits, and trim government excess.
The American Dream is upward mobility for those who work hard, but recent government policies have moved us in the opposite direction.
The CBO's updated projections contain bad news for the deficit, student loan spending, and Obamacare premiums.