As policymakers battle over President Trump's economic initiatives, they won't have to worry about the U.S. becoming a deadbeat — yet.
Failing to replace Obamacare creates a budget crunch that could make tax reform a whole lot harder to achieve.
Benedic Ippolito, American Enterprise Institute economic policy research fellow, talks about the future of the GOP health care plan and President Trump's ultimatum to vote for it or leave Obamacare in place.
The growth of the Sundance Institute shows that art can be an economic force, writes director Robert Redford.
Most of the organization’s money goes toward keeping rural PBS and NPR stations alive, Vox reports.
Neil deGrasse Tyson went on a Twitter rant Sunday, telling his 7 million followers that cutting funding to sciences and arts would hurt Americans.
Astrophysicist and television host Neil deGrasse Tyson launched a rallying cry on Twitter to "Make America Smart Again."
The White House posted a link to what appeared to be a favorable review of Trump's budget proposal. Wrong!
The Los Angeles Times chose "Hamilton" to defend funding for the NEA. That's a flimsy argument, says Jake Novak.
Critics say Trump's budget is "vindictive" and deeply cuts domestic programs that aided his voters, USA Today reports.
Ignoring climate change is a ‘bad deal’ for the US, The Verge reports.
Research has shown the program that feeds seniors in fact enhances their diets and nutrition intake, Vox reports.
Among some of the cities hit hardest is Detroit, which Trump implied during his campaign had nothing to lose, NBC News reports.
Economists had expected a 0.4 percent gain in February.
David Shulkin, Veteran Affairs secretary, talks about the three broad areas the proposed budget blueprint provides that will allow the agency to provide the necessary care veterans need, including health care.
David Shulkin, Veteran Affairs secretary, talks about the proposed budget boost to the VA, provide health care for veterans, and funding veteran's choices.
Trump said on the campaign trail that he would not cut Social Security or Medicare.
Kim Wallace, Renaissance Macro Research, weighs in on President Trump's "skinny" budget, including which sectors may benefit from it.
Former OMB Director Jim Nussle, Credit Union National Association CEO, weighs in on President Trump's "skinny" 2017 budget blueprint.
At a pres conference, OMB Director Mick Mulvaney speaks about the 2017 budget blueprint. CNBC's John Harwood reports the highlights.