As Greece completes its debt and credit swaps today, organizations and groups around the world celebrate the contributions of women in honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day last week.
As October 23 came and past, the 27 European Union nations grappling to heal Greece’s mushrooming debt crisis missed their targeted deadline for consensus.
Today, we give you a sneak peek at one of our forthcoming Budget Briefing Book’s infographics – a closer look at Medicare.
Nothing the European Union has done so far has quelled the fear of world financial markets leaving many to wonder whether the EU will emerge intact.
In today’s environment of austerity, no program or area of expenditure is exempt from scrutiny – and rightly so.
This afternoon, the Treasury Department released the Monthly Treasury Statement for July.
The affects of the debt ceiling debate are still being felt now, and will probably continue to be felt for the foreseeable future.
The White House has asked agencies to cut 5 to 10 percent from their fiscal year 2013 budget proposals.
The debt ceiling debate ended as Congress reached an agreement to raise the limit and cut spending. But is it fair to really call those spending reductions cuts?
Since the first Real or Fake, the federal government is still funding some pretty ridiculous projects. So we decided to make a sequel.