Key members of Congress reached a modest budget agreement on Tuesday. It would restore $63 billion dollars in automatic spending cuts and leave a largely symbolic $20 billion cut to the nation's $17 trillion debt.
Steve Ellis, vice president of Taxpayers for Common Sense, discussed that and other issues with Capital Insider.
The President is hitting the campaign trail again, stumping for healthcare.gov. The White House says it's fixed the major bugs on the site and has enrolled more than 29,000 Americans in the first two days.
Emily Ethridge, staff writer for CQ Roll Call, discussed how the latest progress on Obamacare with Capital Insider.
Nearly one-third of the nation's bank tellers are on some form of public assistance. Taxpayers are doling out nearly $900 million to supplement their wages, while the industry posts billions in profit.
Danielle Douglas, financial reporter with The Washington Post, discussed the wage debate and the banking industry with Capital Insider.
After a troubled launch, President Obama gave top tech officials until December 1st to fix several major problems with the site. Another huge deadline is only three weeks away: consumers must be enrolled by December 23, for coverage to start by January 1.
Troy Schneider, editor in chief of FCW, discussed that and other topics on Capital Insider.
Depending on who you ask, the deal with Iran is either an historic agreement or an historic mistake. The temporary pact puts a stop to the country's uranium enrichment, but many experts say that it's not enough.
Col. Douglas Macgregor (ret.) discussed that and other topics on Capital Insider.
PrimeSense, an Israeli based firm known for it's work with the first generation of the Xbox Kinect, is now part of the Cupertino Conglomerate. Many are wondering what the tech titan will do with it's newest purchase.
Hayley Tsukayama, technology reporter for The Washington Post, discussed that and other topics on Capital Insider.