The GOP insists the same type of conservative backlash President Barack Obama faced is coming for President Joe Biden.
The White House is under pressure to make this a permanent benefit, rather than offer another short-term extension.
There are broad differences among lawmakers over what counts as infrastructure and how to pay for it.
The money was included in the American Rescue Plan, which Congress passed and Biden signed into law last month.
Wealth advisers to the 1% say there’s sheer panic: “Sometimes people don’t realize how much money they’ve accumulated until they’re about to lose it.”
Prosecutors say Stone and his wife shielded their income in a commercial entity and used funds they owed the IRS on a "lavish lifestyle" instead.
Fees on oil producers and petrochemical companies once funded toxic waste cleanups. Republicans let them expire in 1995. Democrats want them back.
Lawmakers are struggling to reach bipartisan consensus on how to pay for the infrastructure overhaul President Joe Biden is calling for.
Rep. Jim Jordan’s misleading attack on President Joe Biden’s tax proposal ended up backfiring on him.
The Ohio congressman was called out on Twitter for a key omission.