Regarding Anthony A. Williams’s May 15 op-ed, “Alice Rivlin turned visions into reality”: I worked with Alice M. Rivlin in 1995 and 1996 at the White House when she was director of the Office of Management
President Donald Trump left a meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday morning seemingly open to a deal with Democrats to raise the budget caps that will cause strict spending cuts
WASHINGTON—Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives are raising the prospect they could issue subpoenas after the White House failed to meet an April deadline to produce documents concerning
Democratic leaders want to know why the Department of Justice has changed course in its stance on the Affordable Care Act, and are ramping up their efforts to get answers from the Trump administration.
Alice Rivlin, who served as the director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) during former President Bill Clinton’s administration, died Tuesday at age 88, the Brookings Institution and her family
The Trump administration is weighing changes to the way poverty is measured in the United States, a move critics say would break with decades of precedent and threaten social welfare recipients, according
The Trump administration may change the way it determines the national poverty threshold, putting Americans living on the margins at risk of losing access to welfare programs. The possible move would changing
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is proposing regulatory changes that could result in cuts in federal aid to millions of low-income Americans. The proposal by the Office of Management and Budget Monday