The repeal of the individual mandate in the tax bill, despite President Trump’s claim, does not amount to a repeal of the entire health care law.
Members of Congress are eager to renew the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which has bipartisan support, but they disagree over how to pay for it.
The report from the Congressional Budget Office was an authoritative accounting of the cost of rebuilding a nuclear arsenal that relies on Cold War-era technology.
President Trump claimed his tax plan will help small business owners and farmers, but not himself or the wealthy. That’s not quite right.
By ROBERT PEAR and THOMAS KAPLAN August 15, 2017 WASHINGTON — Premiums for the most popular health insurance plans would shoot up 20 percent next year, and federal budget deficits would increase by $194 billion in the coming decade, if...
The independent government office said the president’s inaugural budget was overly optimistic about tacking the deficit.