Ron Paul says that we are over the fiscal cliff, but he's only partly correct.
This deal is not good for the economy. It doesn’t do anything to cap the burden of government spending. It doesn’t reform entitlement programs.
There are several incentives for Congress to pass retroactive legislation to erase the effects of the fiscal cliff, but the most important one is that Congress members want to keep their jobs.
A complete primer to Congress's fiscal cliff deal, with all major provisions explained.
Just 8 senators (3 Democrats and 5 Republicans) voted against Monday night's last-minute fiscal cliff package. Here's who they are, and why.
While the new fiscal cliff deal embarrassed the GOP, Democrats are far from victory, thanks to the debt ceiling cutoff in two months.
The fiscal cliff deal will not only impact the wealthy, but will also increase taxes on average Americans without any cuts in wasteful government spending.
Democrats got away with political murder, sneaking revenue increases with no attached spending cuts past a usually vigilant Republican majority in the House.