by Alan Pyke Feb 11, 2014
"I do not hesitate to collect a deer carcass from the roadway," said Maine State Trooper Jon Brown.
Corporate tax liability currently stops at the "water's edge" in most states, but it doesn't have to.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Feb 9, 2014
Sheriff Jim Pitts's plan will charge inmate $6 for meals, $10 for visits to the doctor, and $5 for getting booked.
by Alan Pyke Feb 7, 2014
The government employs three-quarters of a million fewer people than it did at the beginning of 2009 thanks to misguided austerity policies.
by Feb 4, 2014
New data shows the deficit falling over the next few years, removing Congress's excuse for inaction on the economy.
by Alan Pyke Jan 30, 2014
Official economic growth data is in for the last quarter of 2013, and it shows the high cost of Congressional malpractice.
Dozens of states have declared states of emergency in the face of a propane shortage and freezing temperatures.
by Jeff Spross Jan 15, 2014
There are good and bad changes for various programs, and a few minor GOP riders made it in -- but some of the worst changes were kept out.
by Alan Pyke Jan 15, 2014
Congress' latest spending compromise cuts a combined $927 million from three agencies that are key to protecting taxpayers' interests.
by Alan Pyke Jan 14, 2014
The government brought in $53 billion more than it spent in December, a record surplus that reflects years of harmful post-recession austerity.