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Oct 24 2023
The federal deficit doubled in fiscal year 2023, and the bond market is sounding the alarm about fiscal irresponsibility. But Washington isn’t listening.
The deficit for 2023, reported at $1.7 trillion by the Congressional Budget Office, was really about $2 trillion (or more than twice the $1 trillion recorded a year earlier). The reason for the $300 billion discrepancy lies inNational Review (Opinion)
Nov 19 2023
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Lucas Havrisik made a 22-yard field goal for the Rams with 1:31 to play, and Jason Myers missed a 55-yard attempt for the Seahawks with 3 seconds left in Los Angeles’ 17-16 victory over Seattle on Sunday. Matthew Stafford passed for 190 yards in his return from injury and led two scoring drives in the fourth-quarter comeback by the Rams (4-6), who snapped their three-The Columbian
Nov 28 2023
Amid a spate of polls suggesting President Biden trails former President Donald Trump in a likely 2024 election rematch, the Biden campaign and Democratic allies point back nearly a dozen years. That's when former President Barack Obama – with Biden as his running mate – won re-election to a second term in the White House in 2012 despite polls a year earlier predicting a ballot box defeat forFox News (Online News)
Nov 13 2023
The Browns made history by beating the Ravens the way they did Nov. 12, and it could not have happened at a better time for them. The Ravens built a 31-17 lead on a touchdown pass from Lamar Jackson to Odell Beckham with 11:34 remaining. The Browns fought back with a 10-yard touchdown pass from Deshaun Watson to Elijah Moore with 8:57 to play and then, on Baltimore’s second play after theThe News-Herald
May 02 2013
The Congressional Budget Office projects the deficit will drop below 4 percent of GDP next year and below 2.5 percent in 2015. Still despite the improvement in the short run the federal government faces long-term deficits mostly tied to health care costs.NPR (Online News)
Nov 11 2023
Moody’s Investors Service on Friday lowered its ratings outlook on the United States’ government to negative from stable, pointing to rising risks to the nation’s fiscal strength.
The ratings agency has affirmed the long-term issuer and senior unsecured ratings of the U.S. at Aaa.
“In the context of higher interest rates, without effective fiscal policy measures to reduceCNBC
Nov 12 2023
ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Clemson University men’s basketball clinched the 2023 Asheville Championship with a 68-65 victory over Davidson on Sunday. Clemson trailed by as many as 18 points in the first half, which now ties a Clemson record for the fifth largest come-from-behind victory in program history. The Tigers (3-0) were led offensively by PJ Hall (Spartanburg) and Joseph Girard III (Glens FallsThe Times and Democrat
Nov 30 2023
A federal judge on Thursday blocked Montana's ban of TikTok.
Why it matters: The law prohibiting the use of the Chinese-owned app in the state was due to take effect on Jan. 1.
The big picture: While a growing number of Republican-led states implemented TikTok bans on government-issued devices after the FBI warned of possible threats to national security, Montana was the firstAxios
Nov 30 2023
WASHINGTON (KSNW) — Kansas is one of 45 states that will share $468 million to help combat wildfires and recover from the damage they leave behind. According to figures from the state, Kansas averages around 5,000 wildfires a year. The money comes from the U.S. Department of the Interior, which received funding to address wildfires in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill. Kansas will receive $KSN TV
Dec 01 2023
The federal judge who blocked Montana’s blanket ban on TikTok may have just created an opening for lawmakers in Washington trying to think bigger than one social media app. Judge Donald Molloy’s Thursday ruling technically only stalls Montana’s plans to block the popular video-sharing app for its residents starting in the new year. But several experts said the decision — which found the law toYahoo News