Democrats designed key provisions to sunset at various times over the next several years, while keeping many of the plan's funding mechanisms in place.
The only real disagreements between the major parties are over who can best manage the global empire abroad and the provider state at home.
Democrats are reportedly aiming to include four weeks of paid family leave in their massive social safety net package.
"I promise you—I guarantee you—we're going to get free community college in the next several years and across the board," Biden said.
Congress approved a temporary spending measure just hours before funding for most federal agencies would have been cut off.
Other top Democrats said they were in the dark about the "framework" of the deal.
House Democratic leadership, under pressure from its "progressive" wing, removed funding for Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system.
The spending package includes funding to raise the government's debt limit, which the treasury secretary said is crucial to avoid a historic financial crisis.
In the next few weeks, Republicans will have an opportunity to rebrand the Democrats as big-government socialists.
The proposal from House Democrats would raise the corporate tax rate to 26.5 percent for the richest businesses and impose an additional surtax on individuals who make more than $5 million.
President Joe Biden's administration still hasn't decided whether it should forgive student loan debt.
Growth matters. The Republicans who followed Reagan into the White House either didn't get it or couldn't explain it.
Even when personal profit was not involved, earmarks were about buying votes.
In an age of unprecedented government spending and debt—and unconstitutional government power and control—more members of Congress become millionaires while in office than ever before.
Estimated costs have soared by 45 percent since 2014, with auditors finding that one site near Los Angeles could cost almost $800 million.
Officials in the Minnesota City of Forest Lake had planned to spend 10 percent of its federal relief on Castlewood golf course.
What's the most critical move the next president should make to restore the country's economic health? Newsweek asked 12 top financial experts to offer the next occupant of the White House their best advice.
With a bipartisan $1.37 trillion spending package nearly on its way to the House floor, a government shutdown over the holidays is appearing less likely.
Three issues have the best chances of passing before year's end as Congress tackles its to-do list while House Democrats decide whether to impeach the president.
On Thursday, President Trump signed an executive order that made the 1.9 percent pay raise promised to federal employees earlier this year official.