It’s not so expensive, after all.
It’s not so expensive, after all.
Avis, the car-rental company that bought Zipcar last year, says it will grow to 1 million members by 2015, driven by the “fundamental shift going on with regard to car ownership” among a new generation. It had around 775,000 members when purchased last March.
After years of deficit, Gov. Brown calls for fiscal prudence. But his budget plan has the highest levels of spending from the state’s general fund ever.
“Paul Ryan is the Jesus of our conference. If Paul gives something his blessing, it brings the votes,” a Republican leadership aide said Tuesday of Ryan’s budget deal with Democratic Sen. Patty Murray.
From glitzy finds to the chic little black dress on a budget.
“They’re focused on trying to mess with me,” Obama said in Kansas City.
It seems McDonald’s doesn’t think that a person can making a living wage working at McDonald’s alone.
In an interview with BuzzFeed, Syfy’s head of original programming says the network may re-air Sharknado during Discovery’s popular “Shark Week” in August. The buzz around the movie underscores the importance of original programming for cable networks.
UGH. But seriously, these are things you really need to know.
“What the hell are they thinking?” the former DNC chair asks about Obama’s proposed budget. The Democrats’ civil war?
Chained CPI can seem abstract — here’s how much it would shave off seniors’ monthly Social Security checks.
Greg Walden’s scheme to co-opt progressive messaging and attack Obama appears to leave him out in the cold.
“I don’t believe that all these ideas are optimal,” the president says.
Obama trolls his base with his new budget.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has started tweeting ahead of his Budget announcement. And everyone is determined to give him a warm welcome.
“Why lose 10 years of elections to mess with those programs?” the pundit says of changes to Medicare.
Confusion over why Republicans are doing this again after losing in 2012.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee looks to hit Republicans again on cuts to Medicare.
President Barack Obama on Friday signed the sequestration order authorizing the government to begin cutting $85 billion.
Many of the areas hit hardest by the coming sequester are those with Republican representatives in Congress. A BuzzFeed original analysis.
“We’re prepared for the worst,” a House Republican aide says. Cuts are set to take effect March 1.
Wants tens of billions of dollars in spending cuts and revenue increases.
Shifting political landscape in the Senate and successful messaging by House Republicans combine to force first likely budget in years. Sorry, #nobudgetnopay
The little things really add up. Admit it: there’s a small part of you that relates to the ladies on Extreme Couponing.
Boehner objects to gimmicks when Obama tries them.
“These draconian budget cuts will actually result in the conservative loss of 600,000 people with AIDS’ lives around the world,” protester says of possible “fiscal cliff” cuts. Note: Some photos and videos include said naked protesters.
The President heads into a similar format against Mitt Romney tonight at Hofstra University on Long Island.
The state has become the site of 2012’s apocalyptic political battles. The ideological heartland.
The wonky Wisconsin congressman is only 42. Two sources tell BuzzFeed he’ll be Mitt Romney’s running mate.