Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
Last week, Senate Democrats filibustered a vote to reject the Iran deal. What's next?
Lawmakers return to Capitol Hill today from an August recess with very little time left to pass a budget for fiscal yeat 2016.
Here are just seven reasons to love Social Security on its birthday and every day.
Today marks Medicare's 50th birthday. What do Americans want for the future of the program?
Here's what you need to know from the Social Security and Medicare trustees reports.
Earlier this week, President Obama announced that after more than a year and a half of negotiations, the U.S. reached a nuclear deal with Iran. This newly reached deal provides hope that we as a nation will be able to avoid another long and costly war abroad.
The Senate voted to approve a non-binding budget resolution that sets overall spending limits for the federal government’s discretionary spending in fiscal year 2016.
Starting on Monday, May 4, I’ll be taking a brief leave of absence from my role as NPP’s research analyst to hike part of the Appalachian Trail.
Last week lawmakers in the House of Representatives voted 240-179 to repeal the federal estate tax despite President Obama’s threats to veto the bill.