Our outdated infrastructure will fall apart if we don't invest in repairing it — that's just physics.
The federal government needs to cut military spending to free up the money needed to meet the climate challenge.
Well, you get what you don't pay for.
What's more important, a good wage in Harlem or a new yacht in Malibu?
The $1.1 trillion spending bill for the 2014 fiscal year moved through Congress in a flash.
This flick is Rated R, for Republican.
Diffusing the threat of an immediate default and reopening the government gave Congress another chance to do not what's easy, but what's right.
We wouldn't be at this point if Congress had done its job over the last several months.