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House GOP May Skip Town and Cause a Pre-Christmas Government Shutdown
Paul Ryan and the House GOP are jumping off a cliff and hoping the Senate follows. If they don’t, the government will shut down.
Teacher! Teacher! Don and Chuck and Nancy Are Fighting Again!
Dangerously near the date when a stopgap spending agreement expires, Trump and congressional Democratic leaders are feuding and shifting blame.
Trump’s Tax Speech Empty of Tax Specifics, Budget Context
It’s bad enough that the president’s “tax speech” had not a single specific proposal. He also didn’t mention how it would fit into the federal budget.
Georgia’s Election on Track to Become Most Expensive House Race Ever
The candidates have spent $14 million so far and heavy punches aren’t even being thrown yet.
The Lives of One-Percenters Are Way Less Sexy Than You Thought
Even if you have a gold toilet, you still have to scrub it.
3 Reasons So Many People Earning 6 Figures Barely Have Anything Saved
The fiscal is psychological.
Quiz: How Much Should You Spend on Your Next Party?
We did the math for you.
Study: Maybe Money Actually Does Buy Happiness?
Life gets better when we own fancy things.
Best Food for NYC Shopaholics
From hot sales to hot dogs.
Talk Box: Independents Are Just Waiting to Be Triangulated
Cable news pundits examine the possibilities of the coming partisan standoff over extending unemployment benefits.
This Is Why You're Broke
Midtown East–ers Spend $1,196 Per Month Eating Out, Brownsvillers Spend
See what your neighbors spend.
Senate Republicans Reach Out of Grave to Trip Up Democrat Spending Bill
senators stopped a $410 billion omnibus spending bill, forcing Dems to forge a stopgap measure to prevent the federal government from shutting down.