The U.S. is expected to reach the debt ceiling in just 18 days, on November 3.
Yesterday, in a 70-27 vote, lawmakers in the Senate passed the National Defense Authorization Act, which lays out how the Pentagon might spend its 2016 $612 billion budget.
Just seven hours before federal agencies ran out of money, Congress passed a continuing resolution that temporarily funds the government until December 11.
Seven in ten Americans are against shutting down the federal government over Planned Parenthood funding.
The beginning of a new fiscal year presents a new chance for Americans to make sure the federal budget works for all of us. The National Priorities Project is pleased to sponsor a free webinar on Poverty and the Federal Budget.
As of last week, the deal is officially in effect as lawmakers have lost their opportunity to block implementation of the plan. WHat happens next?
Here are a few of the ways that federal tax and budget policy contribute to economic inequality.
The fight to defund Planned Parenthood is not about the money.
Last week, Senate Democrats filibustered a vote to reject the Iran deal. What's next?
As we approach the end of our fiscal year, we have been reflecting on the highlights of the year behind us. It's been a busy one!