In its military budget proposal, the Pentagon revealed a new paint design for the exterior of Air Force One, which will replace the current blue and white scheme with a red, white and blue palette.
After President Donald Trump revealed his budget proposal for fiscal year 2021 Monday, which included deep cuts in funding for social programs, opponents of the proposal made #TrumpBudget a trending topic on social media.
The 2019 U.S. federal deficit increased 26 percent over 2018 and has more than doubled since 2015, the Treasury Department said Friday.
The United Nations is facing a cash shortage that could keep its staffers from being paid in November 2019.
The study, published in JAMA, is based on government reports, articles and peer-reviewed publications related to costs and savings estimates in six categories of waste, released between 2012 and 2019.
Sergey Shoigu said Russia will focus on weapons to level the playing field against overwhelming U.S. force.
The news comes as Trump says he's considering tax cuts, a move that would likely further raise the deficit, and a massive bipartisan budget deal struck between Congress and the president that increases spending.
"Nobody is a fiscal conservative anymore," said Rush Limbaugh on his radio show. "All this talk about concern for the deficit and the budget has been bogus for as long as it's been around."
"They all thought debt was bad when it was President Obama's debt," said GOP Senator Rand Paul. "They're not interested in the debt now that Republicans are complicit."
Kennedy said that when it comes to actually reducing spending, lawmakers from both parties "don't want to hear about it."
We actually need a far leaner and meaner military budget to keep America safe.
Trump's interim chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said in April that his administration was "spending a bunch of money on stuff we're not supposed to."
If President Donald Trump's spending and tax policies continue, a new CBO report found, the U.S. national debt will rise from 78 percent to 105 percent of the economy over the next decade.
President Donald Trump's 2020 press secretary and a former Obama strategist squared off on Fox News over a Biden and Trump matchup.
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"Working across the aisle we can deliver for American families!" Ivanka Trump tweeted.
Ivanka Trump "has either supported or declined to criticize policies that are extremely harmful to families," said a director of Family Values @ Work.
"If the Administration seriously intends to pursue this policy, we will do everything within our power to block it," members of the Congressional New Americans Caucus said.
The former California governor urged the president to reconsider his fiscal 2020 budget proposal, saying "it doesn't may any sense."
President Donald Trump is set to ask Congress for an additional $8.6 billion in taxpayer money for his border wall proposal.
Donald Trump told reporters on Friday that he is focused on strengthening the military before worrying about national debt.
Analysts and critics said that it was criticism from Ann Coulter and other conservative commentators that caused Trump to reverse course on signing a bipartisan spending bill last December that would have kept the government open.
The congresswoman-elect made the comments in an Instagram video.
New York Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's transparency on her operating budget has been hailed as a "welcome breeze of hope" on Twitter.
Trump's comments come on the heels of Saudi Arabia's confirmation that Jamal Khashoggi, 59, was dead.
After instituting a $1.5 trillion tax cut, the Senate majority leader said Tuesday that the only way to lower the record-high federal deficit would be to cut entitlement programs.