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Agricultural resources, national park areas and IRS offices are among the Wisconsin casualties of the federal government shutdown, and the impact could spread to the court system and public education.
Millions of students are senselessly defaulting on their debt while failing to take advantage of programs meant to protect them financially. And chances are, it's the poorest, least sophisticated borrowers who are suffering worst.
A battle over air traffic controller fees between the EAA and the FAA is reaching Capitol Hill and it could have long-term implications.
Wisconsin Reps. Ron Kind and Tom Petri put forward a crop insurance reform plan Wednesday that they say will save the federal government $11 billion over the next 10 years.
Student loan interest rates are going to double in July. And, no, that’s not nearly as terrible as it sounds.
Obama's sequester scare strategy has been a political flop, but his government keeps trying. The latest gambit is to force airline flight delays until enough travelers stuck on tarmacs browbeat enough Republicans to raise taxes again.
There is something profoundly timid about President Obama’s proposed $3.8 trillion budget for 2014.
Due to the boom in U.S. shale gas production, U.S. prices last year dropped to a quarter of the European price driving many overseas manufacturers to relocate in the United States.
Pell Grants and other nonloan federal student aid should be replaced with a single federal-state matching grant, according to a new report from the Committee for Economic Development.
In a rare display of bipartisanship just ahead of a holiday break, Congress approved a new highway bill Friday that preserves funding flexibility for Appleton and Green Bay transit systems.