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If Republicans want to reform the tax code, they need to take a bold and sweeping approach, Cato Institute senior fellow Dan Mitchell said Tuesday.
If Republicans take back the Senate, Texas Rep. Jeb Hensarling hopes to use his power as Financial Services Committee chairman to roll back unnecessary regulations and government red tape.
Dozens of Nazis who were kicked out of the United States have and continue to receive millions in Social Security benefits from U.S. taxpayers.
The federal government wastes most taxpayer dollars, not only by making poor or fradulent spending decisions, but also by funding inefficient entitlement programs and unnecessarily redistributing wealth, argues Heritage Foundation budget economist Romina Boccia.
The Senate Budget Committee's Republican staffers once again took aim at President Obama's claims about the Affordable Care Act Thursday.
The federal budget deficit has fallen to $483 billion, a high number that may only be considered low following record high deficits in the past six years.
Facing tough reelection odds, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett now favors a natural gas tax, which he has opposed in the past.
Debt collectors are chasing down thousands of Americans who foreclosed on their homes years ago in an effort to squeeze more money out of them.
The U.S. economy is looking pretty good right now compared to the global economy, where developed and developing nations alike -- even China -- are entering or experiencing economic downturns.
Club for Growth Action is dropping $750,000 on behalf of New Hampshire GOP congressional candidate and "taxpayer hero" Marilinda Garcia in a new TV and mailing campaign.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren slammed President Barack Obama for favoring Wall Street, and called for Democrats to take a tougher stance against the financial industry in an interview published Sunday. Still, she maintained that her party is less on the side of Wall Street than Republicans.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, a likely 2016 hopeful, is urging middle- and working-class voters to give Republicans a chance to guide the economy.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi reiterated her support for raising the minimum wage Friday, claiming a hike would pull millions out of poverty and grow the economy.
High courts dealt a blow to proponents of voter ID laws in Texas and Wisconsin late Thursday night.
Web users will face billions of dollars in new taxes if Congress allows a ban on Internet taxes to expire in December.
Pennsylvania Republican Tom Corbett seems more likely to lose his seat as governor, and with it a fight against Medicaid expansion.
Democrats haven't been afraid to get personal on the airwaves in an effort to keep control of the Senate.
Faith in President Obama's ability to handle the economy is at an all-time low, according to a new CNBC poll.