The economy grew at annual rate of 3.5 percent during the third quarter, up .5 percent from what economists were predicting.
Today, we break down the Treasury Department’s final budget report for fiscal year 2014.
Today’s Top 5 takes a closer look at a report the Mercatus Center released yesterday, which highlighted a government phenomenon known as “use it or lose it” year-end spending.
On Monday, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report noting that the administration needed to improve the oversight of finances used in the implementation of Obamacare.
Today’s Breaking it Down takes a closer look at a recent report from The Washington Times, which revealed that billions of taxpayer dollars helped finance NFL stadiums.
On Monday, the Mercatus Center released an analysis of the long-term cost projections of the Medicare Program found in this years’ trustees report. Today’s “Top 5 Things To Know” will take a further look at the Mercatus report.
A new study found that Cash For Clunkers hurt the industry it was supposed to help by reducing auto manufacturer industry revenues by $3 billion.
Last week, National Journal reported that the Obama administration spent $840 million designing HealthCare.gov — the federal exchange system — and the 36 state insurance exchanges it helps to serve. Last Thursday, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) testified at a House Energy and Commerce Committee meeting and noted that a long series of management, oversight and contracting problems led to the cost surge.
Federal workers were paid salaries and bonuses for watching television and checking Facebook.
A large part of Social Security that provides federal assistance to disabled people will be insolvent in two years. The government’s solution? Move money from one bankrupt pot to another.