Biden had planned to leave mid afternoon for his home in Delaware but as of Friday evening, he remained at the White House in hopes of a congressional vote.
By Associated Press
The measure lays the groundwork for legislation later this year that over a decade would pour mountains of federal resources into health care, education, family services and environmental programs, as well as tax breaks for families.
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including the assimilation of Indigenous students in Indian boarding schools, President Joe Biden's budget plan, the child tax credit,…
In an updated forecast Thursday, the CBO said the deficit for the current 2021 budget year, which ends Sept. 30, will be the second-largest in history, coming in shy of last year's record shortfall of $3.13 trillion.
By Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
By Associated Press
Director Christopher Wray testified on the FBI budget on Wednesday.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
The whopping deficit projections are being driven by Biden's costly plans for infrastructure and social spending, along with major new investments in domestic Cabinet agencies.
By Lisa Mascaro, Josh Boak, Associated Press
The Senate will vote Feb. 4 on an amended Congressional budget resolution for the next fiscal year, paving the way to pass a Democratic COVID-19 relief bill with a simple majority vote.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The final vote was 84-13, mirroring a similarly overwhelming margin in the House that, if maintained in both chambers, would be enough to override a potential veto.
By Lorne Cook, Raf Casert, Associated Press
The 1.82 trillion-euro ($2.21 trillion) seven-year budget and recovery package is vital for virus-battered European economies. Hungary and Poland had threatened to veto it over a move to tie the use of EU funds to upholding the rule of law.
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