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From Colorado Springs: Lessons for America's Budget-Cutters

Some communities question if they can function along the Spartan economic guidelines touted by Tea Party activists. One place those municipal leaders might want to examine is Colorado's second-largest city. It's a laboratory in draconian fiscal conservatism.

Americans Deeply Divided Over Tax-Cut Extensions

While most people support extending at least some of the George W. Bush-era tax cuts due to expire this year, a new Gallup/USA Today survey finds that Americans are deeply divided on which cuts should continue -- and for how long.

Make the Rich Pay Their Fair Share to Balance the Budget

When George W. Bush cut $1.3 trillion in taxes back in 2002, 36.7% of the money went to the top 1% of Americans. If those tax cuts for the wealthiest are allowed to expire, Republicans could get closer to something they claim to want: a balanced budget. So why are they fighting it so hard?

N.J. Governor Gambles on a Gaming Overhaul

New Jersey's GOP Gov. Chris Christie is preparing to announce sweeping plans to overhaul Atlantic City's casino district, just one part of a set of proposals that would mark the most sweeping changes to the state's gaming industry since casino gambling was legalized.