In the musical, Hamilton, these words are sung by Thomas Jefferson, who has returned from France and is now taking up the mantle of U.S. Secretary of State.
Let’s take a look by starting with how voters feel about the person sitting in the Oval Office: President Joe Biden.
Let’s review the history of term limits and what, if enacted, this particular proposal could mean from a practical perspective.
The “ides of April” are upon us and that means millions of Americans are scrambling to finish their annual filings to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and state revenue agencies. Tax Day 2022 hits on Monday, April 18.
During his last few months on the bench, Justice Breyer will hear arguments on several high-profile matters, and will issue decisions on many more. Some of those decisions could even impact the 2022 congressional midterm elections.
Tourists are back in Washington for spring break after a two-year hiatus and the cherry blossoms are nearing full bloom. In D.C., that can mean only one thing: it’s time for the announcement of the president’s annual budget!
Two seemingly disparate but potentially related events are transpiring this week in Washington...
No policy is immune from politics — not even funding for the tools that members of both parties admit the country needs to continue to contain and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Europe is girding for war, but the United States and other countries are still attempting to convince Russian President Vladimir Putin to rethink his intentions in Ukraine. What impact will this have on the financial technology community? Let’s take a look.
Salaries, rather than long hours, seem to be the primary issue driving staffers’ complaints. And data tends to reveal there are is good reason for their discontent
“Shutdown averted.” That’s the headline each time the U.S. House and Senate reach a last-minute deal to pass a continuing resolution (CR) that will keep funding running to federal agencies (albeit at the previous fiscal year’s levels).
What will the White House focus on if there is divided government in 2023 and 2024? We’ll take a look this week...