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A new CBO study finds the savings from changing the Medicare age would be much smaller than thought.
Market-based interest rates mean students could pay more and the government could end up making more.
The recovering economy is still in a slump and politics deserves some of the blame.
If policymakers had the political will, they could enact policies that would spur economic grown and reduce the deficit.
They have a lot of explaining to do.
New projections show the debt is on a much more sustainable path.
Whether or not legislators like dynamic scoring depends on the sort of bill they're pushing.
Calculations show the government profiting on student loans, but critics argue the math doesn’t add up.
Reducing unemployment should be the priority, not reducing the federal deficit.
New projections show the deficit is plunging.