Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
What does America expect to accomplish in fighting ISIS? And what will it cost?
Of the respondents to our informal election day poll, 96% of you said you would or had already voted this year.
Will You Vote On Tuesday, November 4?
What has the U.S. spent fighting Ebola? It seems nobody really knows. One thing we do know: it’s not a lot.
This week, following on the release of NPP’s new State Smart website that allows you to see how federal dollars flow to and from your state, we’re spotlighting our Data Transparency voter’s guide.
This week, we’re spotlighting our education-themed voter’s guides with facts about Education, Student Loans and Student Debt.
This week, we spotlight our Voter’s Guides on health care and the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) to give you the current state of federal health care policy and spending before the November 4 election.
From California’s agricultural Central Valley to cities like Detroit and Washington, DC, to coal mining towns in Appalachia, federal aid to individuals touches communities in many ways. NPP previews a new State Smart dataset showing you how.
Congress has settled how the government will spend billions of dollars over the next couple of months. From Syria to our own homegrown border crisis, here’s what you need to know.
With a war budget that has topped $1.5 trillion since 2001 and ongoing cuts to domestic programs, military spending raises serious questiosn for voters in the upcoming November 4 election.