My new Bloomberg Opinion column.
A record percentage of respondents cited poor leadership as the country's biggest problem in the latest Gallup poll, which was released Monday.
The government shutdown cost the U.S. economy $3 billion that it will likely never recover, according to a new Congressional Budget Office report.
Sen. Lindsey Graham on Monday called on the president to unilaterally appropriate funds for the construction of a border wall if Congress won't provide them.
So much of government in Washington is nonessential.
Can a sitting president be indicted? What emergency powers does President Trump have to build a border wall and stop the government shutdown?
I think Guy Benson’s instant take is largely right.
President Trump announced Friday afternoon that he will sign a stop-gap spending bill that will fund the government through February 15.
The Senate minority leader on Thursday blocked a Republican bill that would pay the Coast Guard without ending the ongoing partial government shutdown.
The Senate voted down Thursday a Republican-backed spending bill, which would have ended the longest running government shutdown in history.