Signs executive order to open up government data
Obama in October debate: Sequestration ‘will not happen’
National Nuclear Security Administration would face the most cuts of any Energy Department program
Cuts ‘never meant to be implemented’ threaten Army operations, payments to Medicare providers
‘The president is simply disregarding the requirement that welfare recipients find work’
Private sector job growth slowest since February
The federal government is mailing cash to random people, in the hope that the recipients will complete a survey.
‘The details surrounding this report … certainly challenge the credibility of its findings’
‘OMB made the correct decision in reconsidering its previous refusal to attend Thursday’s hearing’
Despite Republican concerns about lack of budget experience, Heather Higginbottom is one step closer to becoming Deputy OMB Director
The continuing war to wrest power from government bureaucracy to limit what critics call out-of-control regulations
As Daniels considers White House run, supporters venerate, critics unload
Republicans view Obama’s OMB nominee, Heather Higginbottom, as a sign the White House isn’t serious about cutting spending
Heather Higginbottom, nominee for OMB Deputy Director, admits administration was not accurate about the budget and deficit
President Obama proposes two-year pay freeze for federal workers
President Obama needs to fire his administration’s ideologues and incompetents.
Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu has become an unlikely champion of Louisiana’s oil and gas industry.
A Republican Congress could serve as a check on out-of-control regulators.
Larry Summers is resigning from his post as NEC director. But what does the NEC do, and what qualities should Obama look for in a new NEC director?
Louisiana Democrat blocks Obama appointment - The Hill
Mary Landrieu is holding up the debate on OMB nominee Jacob Lew over the administration’s oil moratorium