The proposed American Health Care Act abandons many of President Trump's campaign commitments while unraveling key aspects of the existing law.
Progressives need to sharpen their understanding of why blue-collar Americans voted a billionaire into the White House and find a way to connect with them.
When the presidential candidates vowed in their second debate to eliminate the “carried-interest” loophole, they left out some important context.
What justifies so much government spending per student in private elite universities relative to public ones?
A House-approved bipartisan budget deal will be considered by the Senate this week. The Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter tells "Democracy Now!" how it replaces across-the-board spending cuts with airline fees and reductions in federal pensions while failing to extend unemployment benefits, which expire this month, to 1.3 million people.
One thing to remember on Tax Day 2013: It's good to be a wealthy citizen in the United States. Thanks to tax breaks aimed specifically at those who make boatloads of money, the average rich person takes in an additional $250,000 in income each year. The rest of us? Not so fortunate.
Despite making $1.1 billion after going public last year, Facebook didn't pay a dime in state or federal income taxes in 2012. Instead, thanks to the social media company's use of a single tax break, it anticipates getting a massive refund from the government totaling $429 million.
With gas prices still rising, House Speaker John Boehner has broken from traditional GOP rhetoric to voice his support for ending tax breaks to the oil industry.
We need to do something about tax expenditures, those spending programs disguised as tax breaks that cost us close to $1.2 trillion a year.