Former U.S. Dept. of Labor Chief Economist Diana Furchtgott-Roth, former Fed Economist Kevin Hassett and former Sen. Scott Brown, (R-Mass.), on the new Simpson-Bowles plan to reduce the deficit.
Consumers paying more, spending less
Will there be a solution to avoid cuts?
Latest in battle over looming cuts
PNC Financial Services Group chief economist Stuart Hoffman weighs in on government spending and the new Simpson-Bowles proposal.
House Speaker John Boehner had a simple message Wednesday for President Obama after he used the bully pulpit to blame Republicans for the "meat cleaver" of looming s...
President Obama pinned the blame on Republicans Tuesday for looming spending cuts that may be triggered by what was originally a White House proposal -- while a form...
"[Do Republicans] protect investments in education, health care and national defense or do they continue to prioritize and protect tax loopholes that benefit the ver...
Rep. Randy Forbes: Obama has to step up to the plate
FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down stories moving the markets ahead of the trading day.
For weeks, Republicans hammered at Democratic Senate candidate Erskine Bowles for avoiding links to his former boss, President Clinton. Those attacks will become a l...
Rep. Sean Duffy, (R-Wis.), and Rep. Jason Altmire, (D-Pa.), on finding a solution to the fiscal cliff.
Brian Benjamin and Tony Sayegh discuss the ongoing battle over Michigan's right-to-vote law
Despite what you may have heard, China isn't the country's biggest creditor. America is.The bulk of the national debt -- soon to exceed a staggering $17 trillion --...
The chairmen of President Obama's 2010 fiscal commission are wading back into Washington's budget wars with a revised, somewhat milder plan to rein in intractable fe...
Former Senator Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles breaks down the fallout of the Super Committee's inability to come up with a deficit reduction plan
GOP senator says plan uses deceptive accounting
Former US comptroller 'shakes' things up
Former debt commission co-chairs explain
Obama seeks sequester scare. Plus: President Obama shuns the press