Office Of Management And Budget News
Food box idea draws ire from Democrats, advocates
The Trump administration considers replacing food stamps with pre-assembled boxes of canned foods and other shelf-stable goods
Visitor logs for White House agencies to be made to public
The public soon will learn who's been visiting key White House agencies after Secret Service settles lawsuit over visitor records.
Trump-sought military parade could cost $10M-$30M
The White House budget director says a military parade envisioned by President Donald Trump could cost between $10 million and $30 million
Trump budget sharply cuts White House office leading opioid crisis response, shifts funds to other agencies
The Trump administration's FY2019 budget released Monday requests more than $30 billion for drug control efforts, while at the same time proposing a sharp cut to the Office of National Drug Control Policy, which has been leading the fight in the opioid crisis . The administration says it's shifting
Mulvaney hawks Trump budget on Capitol Hill
White House budget director hawks President Donald Trump's budget on Capitol Hill, where talk focuses on tax cuts not deficits
The Latest: Mulvaney backtracks comment on Trump budget
White House budget director Mick Mulvaney says he would vote for President Donald Trump's budget after all.
Mulvaney defends the White House budget: 'Does it balance? No'
Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney said the $4.4 trillion budget proposed by the White House would increase the federal deficit and would not balance the budget. "Does it balance? No it doesn't," Mulvaney told reporters on Monday. "I couldn't tell you using solid numbers
Rob Porter told White House senior staff ex-wife's black eye was accidental: Sources
Hours after allegations of domestic abuse came to light — including stark photos of one ex-wife with a black eye and a harrowing account of violence from a second ex-wife — former White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter sought to downplay the narrative, instead offering stories of household mishaps
Trump plan would study sale of federal utility's assets
President Donald Trump's infrastructure plan suggests studying whether the nation's largest public utility should sell its transmission assets, which Tennessee Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander called "a looney idea" "with zero chance of becoming law."
The Note: Accountability due for Trump White House
The TAKE with Rick Klein “Due Process” is what President Donald Trump is demanding — again going far to find those on his team credible, while disbelieving women in particular. What’s due first, though, is scrutiny of the White House process that allowed Rob Porter’s alleged background to go either