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Vivek Ramaswamy Stops TV Ad Spending

Vivek Ramaswamy, the wealthy entrepreneur seeking the Republican Party’s presidential nomination, has stopped spending money on cable television ads, a campaign representative said on Tuesday. With just weeks to go until the Iowa caucuses kick off the voting for the nomination, Mr. Ramaswamy’s campaign is maintaining its total advertising outlays, Tricia McLaughlin, a spokeswoman for…

Congressional Split on Immigration Hangs Over Year-End Spending Fights

There is growing consensus on Capitol Hill and at the White House that any deal to fund foreign wars, and possibly the entire government, must include significant new measures to address the U.S.-Mexico border, but Republicans and Democrats are deeply split over what changes to make. President Biden and Democrats in Congress — who had…

Senate Reaches Spending Deal to Head Off Government Shutdown

Senate Republicans and Democrats reached agreement on Tuesday on a stopgap spending plan that would head off a government shutdown on Sunday while providing billions in disaster relief and aid to Ukraine, but the measure faced resistance in the Republican-led House. The legislation cleared its first procedural obstacle Tuesday night on a bipartisan vote of…

Hard Right Injects Immigration Into Spending Fight, Raising Shutdown Fears

Hard-right House Republicans are threatening to block a stopgap bill to keep the government funded unless it includes a security crackdown along the U.S.-Mexico border, escalating fears of a shutdown within weeks and injecting the supercharged politics of immigration into an already fraught stalemate over federal spending. The ultraconservative House Freedom Caucus, whose demands for…

Debt Deal Behind Them, Lawmakers Plunge Into Bitter Spending Fight

After narrowly avoiding a federal default, the Republican-controlled House and the Democratic-led Senate are now on a collision course over spending that could result in a government shutdown this year and automatic spending cuts in early 2025 with severe consequences for the Pentagon and an array of domestic programs. Far-right Republicans whose votes will be…