Republicans pushed ahead on their plan for a tax overhaul, with two major developments. The House Ways and Means Committee passed its sweeping tax bill, while the Senate released their own version. Lisa Desjardins sits down with Judy Woodruff to…
By Steve Peoples and Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Democrats woke up to a big dose of good news Wednesday as they dissected election results from around the country.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
An early December government shutdown is a real possibility, since a divided Congress can't agree on military spending, Democrats insist on help for young immigrants and President Donald Trump's position can change with each lawmaker he talks to.
By Andrew Taylor and Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
Although several analyses have found that the bulk of the legislation's benefits goes to corporations and the wealthy, Republicans argued vociferously that the legislation is targeted toward the middle class.
By Alan Fram and Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — With fanfare and a White House kickoff, House Republicans unfurled a broad tax-overhaul plan that would touch virtually all Americans and the economy's every corner, mingling sharply lower rates for corporations and reduced personal taxes for many with…
By PBS NewsHour
House Republicans released the most sweeping proposal to overhaul the tax code in more than three decades. But however much Republicans want tax cuts, concerns about the deficit and other aspects of the bill mean that passage is not yet…
House Republicans unveiled an ambitious tax overhaul that they say will simplify American taxes and encourage economic growth. But critics argue that businesses and wealthy Americans are the biggest beneficiaries and that middle-class Americans stand to lose. Judy Woodruff speaks…
The major tax cut proposed by House Republicans is “the biggest tax giveaway to giant corporations in modern memory, said Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. Judy Woodruff gets reaction to the bill from Warren, plus the senator weighs in on revelations…
The Republican tax reform plan will affect Americans differently, depending on their income, family size and where they live, among other factors.
By Associated Press
H.R. McMaster says the administration is considering such a designation as part of President Trump's overall strategy to counter the North Korean nuclear threat.
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