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The US has the 4th-lowest tax rates in the world following last year’s GOP cuts

In the 12 months after the law took effect in January 2018, tax revenues declined even as economic growth picked up.

The White House and Congress are barreling toward another government shutdown deadline

Without progress on border security, Washington will either face another short-term spending fix or a Christmas shutdown for the second year in a row.

Trump signs temporary spending bill, punting government shutdown risks to just before Christmas

The White House and Congress have been mired in a bitter dispute over border security, preventing longer-term legislation to fund the government.

The US could raise $1 trillion more in taxes through stricter IRS enforcement, according to a new study

The IRS would need roughly $100 billion more to spend on additional enforcement to hit that target of tax revenue, the economists said.

US budget deficit jumps above $1 trillion for the first time in more than 6 years

Lawmakers typically have more tools to reduce debt when the economy is in a solid place. But recent legislation has taken it the opposite direction.
The Knot compiles an annual report of wedding trends in the United States.

What the average wedding costs in the 25 biggest cities across the US

The Knot's annual Real Wedding survey revealed the cost of weddings in the biggest metro areas of the US. New York was at the top of the list.
The Knot compiles an annual report of wedding trends in the United States.

What the average wedding costs in the 25 biggest cities across the US

The Knot's annual Real Wedding survey revealed the cost of weddings in the biggest metro areas of the US. New York was at the top of the list.
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Trump signs bill to fund government until November, punting shutdown risks to later this fall

The short-term legislation punted a standoff over border security only until just before Thanksgiving.

Trump promised to get rid of red ink in 8 years. But the deficit just topped $1 trillion for the first time since 2012.

The national deficit topped $1 trillion in the first 11 months of the fiscal year, the Treasury Department said this week.