Government Spending

NATO Must Lay Out Plan to Boost Spending Before May Summit: Tillerson
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said it was “no longer sustainable” for the U.S. to pay for a “disproportionate share” of NATO’s budget.

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WATCH:  President Trump pledges 'easy' health care deal after defeat
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After spending weeks supporting and lobbying for a Republican-backed health care plan that collapsed last Friday, President Donald Trump told a gathering of U.S. senators Tuesday night that they were “going to make a deal on health care.”

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Former Texas congressman accused of taking charity's money
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Former Texas Rep. Steve Stockman, who invited rocker Ted Nugent to President Barack Obama’s 2013 State of the Union address, is accused of spending money meant for charity on himself and contributions to his campaign.

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Defense Spending Increase Threatens Infrastructure Grants
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While the Trump administration puts together a $1 trillion package to upgrade the nation s infrastruction, one program that s already funneled $5.1 billion to infrastructure projects could be slashed, The Hill reported.According to The Hill, the administration plans to…

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President Trump on Charm Offensive With Former Rivals
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After spending months rehashing the brutal GOP primary campaign and bragging about his victory, President Donald Trump has quietly launched a charm offensive, reaching out to former rivals whose help he now needs.

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Chaffetz Followed Obama's Lead on Saying Prioritize Healthcare
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Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz came under fire as heartless Tuesday after the said that along with the repeal of Obamacare, Americans will need to prioritize their spending.

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Data Signal Solid Momentum for U.S. Economy
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Stronger consumer spending, rising factory production and firming inflation are pointing to solid momentum for the U.S. economy and another interest-rate increase by the Federal Reserve, potentially as soon as next month.

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