Government Finance

Report suggests Germany may miss defense spending target

Feb 5, 2019

Germany's tightening public finances are raising questions over whether the country will miss its military spending target at a time when the U.S. is increasing pressure on its European allies to increase defense budgets

Trump has solid US economy for SOTU, but threats remain

Feb 5, 2019

Trump has solid US economy for SOTU, but economists say threats remain

US Rep. Neal building case to subpoena Trump tax returns

Feb 4, 2019

U.S. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal is moving forward with plans to subpoena President Donald Trump's tax returns.

New GOP governor proposes $1,200 raise for Oklahoma teachers

Feb 4, 2019

Oklahoma's new Republican governor told lawmakers on Monday he wants to give classroom teachers a $1,200, across-the-board pay raise that would bring the state to tops in the region for pay and benefits for educators

Germany faces tighter public finances as growth slows

Feb 4, 2019

Germany's government is grappling with the prospect of tighter public finances over the coming years as economic growth slows

Democratic contenders hoping to run on soaking the rich

Feb 3, 2019

Some Democratic presidential hopefuls are enthusiastically embracing plans to raise taxes on the richest Americans

No relaxation for PBS with Democratic House takeover

Feb 3, 2019

Even with Democrats in control of the House after two years of a unified government, PBS says it isn't taking its funding for granted

Memphis official: Electrolux agrees to pay taxes on factory

Feb 2, 2019

Officials say Swedish appliance maker Electrolux has agreed to pay taxes on a factory the company has decided to shut down in Memphis, Tennessee

Brazil pays homage to victims of dam collapse; toll hits 115

Feb 2, 2019

A week after the deadly collapse of a mining dam in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, dozens of people turned up to pay homage to those killed and missing

The Latest: Trump says he's 'set the stage' for wall action

Feb 1, 2019

President Donald Trump says he has "set the stage" to take action on his own if lawmakers don't provide funding for his border wall

About Us

The World Insiders brings you exclusive coverage from across the globe in a timely, easy to consume format sourced directly from our regional media partners.

Contact us: sales[at]

Subscribe Now!