The federal budget deficit has exploded under Biden's watch, and he can no longer pretend otherwise.
The administration’s SAVE plan for student loan forgiveness is estimated to cost $475 billion.
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The spate of forgiveness reconciles administrative errors when carrying out changes to income-driven repayment plans.
Biden plans to slash minimum monthly payments to just 5 percent of borrowers' income.
Progressive Democrats' opposition to sending cluster bombs to Ukraine is welcome. Their arguments apply to much of the military aid the U.S. is sending the country.
China and the U.S. are locked in a mutually destructive economic conflict.
Unfortunately, there is reason to doubt that the judge's decision will meaningfully constrain the feds.
San Francisco Gets $20 Million Zoning Reform Grant the Same Week It Halts New Housing For Casting Shadows
This is the second RAISE grant San Francisco has received since the Biden administration retooled the program to reward jurisdictions for adopting zoning reforms.
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The group stresses that it supports the government's ultimate goal of electrification, but the method of achieving that goal should be realistic.
Biden's proposed income-driven repayment plan could still cost taxpayers billions. And it will likely raise tuition too.
How not to distribute federal funds
Joe Biden's big economic speech is a poor attempt at a branding exercise.
"During the visit, Biden could have refrained from deep public embraces of Modi or from emphasizing India's democracy. He chose to do neither," says Michael Kugelman.
Today’s decision “is narrow and simply maintains the longstanding jurisprudential status quo,” wrote Justice Brett Kavanaugh for the majority.
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The Office of the Director of National Intelligence warned that the practice threatens civil liberties, risks "mission creep," and could increase intelligence agencies' power.
The White House insists it doesn't want to ban gas stoves but still needs the power to do so.
As pot prohibition collapses across the country, that policy is increasingly untenable.
A new working paper finds that borrowers whose loan payments were paused actually had more debt at the end of 2021 than those whose loans were never paused.
If the debt ceiling bill passes, the Education Department will be barred from extending the student loan repayment pause yet again.
But a lot of Republicans probably will.
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The deal will freeze non-military discretionary spending this year and allow a 1 percent increase in 2024.
A House-approved bill that the president supports would expand the draconian penalties he supposedly wants to abolish.
If the FTC wants to know why there's such a notable lack of competition within America's baby formula market, it ought to ask other parts of the federal bureaucracy.
A new report calls for policy makers to take action when none is required.
The debt ceiling isn’t the issue; excessive federal spending is the real problem.
"Since March 2020, we may have experienced the greatest intrusions on civil liberties in the peacetime history of this country," Gorsuch wrote. That might be an exaggeration, but it isn't far off.
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