Marco Rubio: “No evidence” that the Republican tax law is benefiting American workers

The bill is benefitting corporations, but not American workers, according to the senator (and Democrats, and independent analyses).

Why the balanced budget amendment is a “cynical” GOP stunt

The move is largely viewed as an attempt by Republican lawmakers to make it appear that the party cares about the country’s ballooning deficit.

GOP tax bill helped balloon the deficit by $1.6 trillion, CBO finds

The findings run counter to promises that the GOP tax bill would pay for itself.

Democrats regain generic ballot lead as Republican tax reform law goes underwater

New polls show that the Republican tax reform law remains unpopular and that Democrats now have a nine-point lead on the generic congressional ballot — yet more signs of a growing Democratic wave.

Want to grow the US economy? Cancel student debt, new report shows

A new report finds that the U.S. could grow the economy by cancelling all student debt in the country for less cost than the GOP tax bill.

How Trump has attacked blue states during his first year in office

Many policies that came from the Trump administration and the GOP were designed to specifically hurt the people who didn’t support Trump in the 2016 election.

Career advice: Why 2018 is your year to get a raise — or a new job

Ready to make more money this year? Here is why the wind is at your back, and how you can negotiate the highest pay bump possible — or find a new job opening.

After tax bill passes, Trump reportedly tells his friends they all just got a lot richer

After claiming he wouldn't benefit from the new tax plan, Trump reportedly bragged to friends that they "just got a lot richer."
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White House reportedly mulling hiring senior political adviser to focus Trump messaging

The administration hopes the win on tax reform will start the president on a more positive path in 2018.

Tax bill passes final vote: What does it mean for you? Your 9 biggest questions answered

Tax calculator seeming handy right now? Don't stress: Here's what's in the tax reform bill passed by House and Senate, when President Donald Trump could sign it and how your taxes could change.

House misfires on tax bill, must revote after Senate finds three Byrd rule violations

The House voted on a bill that violated Senate parliamentary procedure, and the entire House will have to re-vote on an amended version of the bill on Wednesday.

Ivanka Trump said Americans “want” the new Republican tax bill. But most people don’t.

The new Republican tax bill is actually wildly unpopular.

What becomes of the tax bill after Doug Jones’ win?

Democratic nominee Doug Jones pulled off a stunning upset in Alabama Tuesday night, eking out a win that could throw a major wrench into Republican efforts to pass their tax reform bill.

The GOP tax bill is historically unpopular, and the rush to pass it could create major problems

In their effort to give President Donald Trump a legislative victory in his first year in office, Republicans could create problematic loopholes in the tax code in the rush to pass the bill.

Here’s what Republican tax cuts could pay for

The tax cuts could pay for a decade worth of food stamps, nutrition and health care for infants and mothers, heating assistance for low-income families and cash grants to poor, struggling families.
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Trump says the US hasn’t had a tax cut since Ronald Reagan. That’s not true.

Trump plays the hits as he pitches his tax plan to Missouri supporters.

What to watch for on a critical day for the Republican tax plan

Senators are having trouble wrangling the votes to pass $1.4 trillion in tax cuts to largely benefit corporations and wealthy Americans.

Senate Republican tax plan hurts the poor while cutting taxes for the rich, CBO finds

Fewer poor Americans purchasing health insurance means the government would save on insurance subsidy payments — which then helps the government afford tax cuts for the wealthy.

Sen. Susan Collins makes her demands clear for the Republican tax bill

Sen. Susan Collins, one of the key votes on the Senate tax bill, laid out her concerns with the sweeping legislation in a Sunday interview.

Tax reform cleared the House. Here’s the plan to kill it in the Senate.

“Trying to take away people’s health care will only intensify the grassroots resistance to the Trump tax scam.”

Republican lawmaker: Tax reform “could lose all the seats in the Northeast” for the GOP

The Republican tax plan is unpopular among the electorate, and at least one Republican lawmaker is sounding the alarm.

Tax Plan 2017: How the Senate Republican tax reform bill affects you and compares to the House plan

How does the Senate tax plan differ from the House version released on Nov. 2? Here's what we know for sure — and what President Donald Trump has said about the bill.

Tax Policy Center retracts analysis of GOP tax plan

The non-partisan group retracted an analysis that found the GOP tax plan would raise taxes on some low-income families, while cutting taxes for the rich by hundreds of thousands of dollars.

GOP tax reform bill opposed by half of Americans

Just 33% support the Republicans’ tax plan, according to a new 'Washington Post'/ABC News poll.

3 takeaways from Republicans’ tax plan

The bill is already meeting opposition, and faces a tough road to passage.

Republican Tax Plan 2017: How the House reform bill hits deductions, brackets & the middle-class

Will the tax reform plan affect your tax brackets? Here's a summary of the Republican bill — and a guide to other crucial details you might have missed.

House Republicans narrowly pass budget, revealing signs of trouble for tax reform

With 20 Republicans voting no on the budget, the GOP could be in for trouble in its tax reform quest.

5 key takeaways from Trump’s interview with Maria Bartiromo

Trump discussed his Twitter usage, tax reform, North Korea and more in the wide-ranging interview.
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Here’s how Trump’s morning Twitter barrage lined up with ‘Fox & Friends’ coverage of the same issues

Trump's Wednesday tweets on everything from Hillary Clinton to the NFL were lifted straight from the Fox News program.

Democrats release attack ad on Trump’s tax plan: “No early morning tweet” can fix it.

“Eighty percent of the tax cuts go to the top 1%,” Mike Davis, a middle-aged white man identified as a telecom line installer, says. “No early morning tweet can make that right.”