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  • ** FILE ** Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, arrives at the ceremonial swearing-in for President Obama at the U.S. Capitol during the 57th Presidential Inauguration in Washington, Monday, Jan. 21, 2013. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

    Ryan: Obama achievements far less than advertised

    The chairman of the House budget committee said Saturday that President Obama's second term will show that the benefits of his agenda "are far less than advertised" and will open the door for Republicans to show voters that "given the chance, we can govern."

  • Sen. Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat (AP Photo/Luis M. Alvarez)

    Schumer tells GOP to forget Ryan budget plan

    Sen. Charles E. Schumer on Sunday had some political advice for his Republican counterparts: Throw Rep. Paul D. Ryan overboard.

  • Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican (Associated Press)

    Ryan stands firm on Medicare after N.Y. vote

    House Budget Committee Chairman Paul D. Ryan pushed back Wednesday against critics eager to cast the result of Tuesday's special election in New York as a stiff rebuke of his plan to curb the cost of Medicare.

  • ** FILE ** Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels meets with his staff in his office at the Statehouse in Indianapolis in November 2009. (AP Photo)

    Daniels exits 2012 race, puts supporters in play

    Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels joined the march of would-be GOP presidential hopefuls offstage Sunday in a dead-of-night decision that put his supporters in play and muddled the fight for front-runner status against President Obama.

  • Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who is running for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, speaks to local party activists in Waterloo, Iowa, on Thursday, May 19, 2011. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

    Gingrich, in Iowa, says his campaign is fine

    Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Thursday he'll use "cheerful persistence" to overcome the bumps that marked the first formal week of his campaign.

  • Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, is chairman of the House Budget Committee.

    Wisconsin's Ryan still deciding on run for Senate

    Rep. Paul D. Ryan said Sunday he would have a decision within days on whether he will seek the Senate seat from Wisconsin being vacated by retiring Sen. Herb Kohl.

  • Sen. Kent Conrad, North Dakota Democrat, is chairman of the Senate Budget Committee.

    Senate budget chief cool on Ryan plan

    The fate of the GOP House Budget plan that easily passed the chamber last week grows far murkier as budget talks proceed to the Senate, where the controlling Democrats have little enthusiasm for the bill's aim to cut government spending by almost $6 trillion during the next decade.

  • House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, left, gestures during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, April 15, 2011. From left are, Boehner, House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy of Calif., and Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

    House passes 2012 budget plan on a 235-193 vote

    The House on Friday passed a Republican budget blueprint for the 2012 fiscal year that aims to reduce government spending by $5.8 trillion during the next decade through a series of program cuts, entitlement reforms, tax-code overhauls and a repeal of the 2010 health care law.

  • GOP hopefuls mostly mum on budget war, Ryan proposal

    Republicans are pressing ahead with one of the most ambitious and risky long-term spending agendas in memory, yet the dozen or so potential White House hopefuls are nearly invisible on the issue.

  • Illustration: Paul Ryan's Blueprint

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    House Budget Committee Chairman Paul D. Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, must have been one of those elementary-school kids who spent recess fine-tuning his homework while the other boys and girls climbed trees and yanked each other's hair. Little has changed, as many of those children won congressional seats. They are older, but hardly wiser.

  • Rep. Paul D. Ryan, chairman of the House Budget Committee, touts his 2012 federal budget during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday, April 5, 2011. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

    CBO: GOP budget raises health costs for retirees

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  • Debate on Ryan's budget blueprint heated, predictable

    House Democrats and Republicans dug in their heels Wednesday during debate on the GOP's 2012 budget proposal, as supporters defended the plan as a bold attempt to return the country to financial solvency while critics portrayed it as dishonest gimmick that would kill Medicare.

  • **FILE** House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, puts up a chart on Feb. 14 while delivering the GOP response to President Obama's budget submission for fiscal 2012 on Capitol Hill. The nation faces a possible government shutdown if Democrats and Republicans have not agreed by March 4 on an extension for funding the federal government. (Associated Press)

    EDITORIAL: GOP proposes real spending cut

    For the first time in almost 50 years, a congressional budget is on the table that would make an actual spending cut. We're not talking about a Washington "cut" that happens when government spends more money but less than it would have liked to have spent. House Budget Committee Chairman Paul D. Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, gives a nod to the common-sense understanding of the term with an outline for federal expenditures in 2012 that would come in at $89 billion less than outlays in 2011. That's a real 2.5 percent reduction.

  • Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, is chairman of the House Budget Committee.

    GOP's 2012 budget cuts to top $4 trillion

    A Republican plan for the 2012 budget would cut more than $4 trillion over the next decade, more than even the president's debt commission proposed, with spending caps as well as changes in the Medicare and Medicaid health programs, its principal author said Sunday.

  • Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, is chairman of the House Budget Committee.

    Budget deadlock points to government shutdown

    Members of both parties in Congress said they want to avoid a government shutdown but remained at an impasse Sunday as Republicans insisted on cuts in any stopgap spending measure while Democrats said that would threaten the economic recovery.

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  • "With this budget, the President and the Democratic Majority are attempting - very quickly, and rather openly - nothing less than the third and final great wave of government expansion, building on the New Deal and the Great Society," said Rep. Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin, the top Republican on the House Budget Committee.

    Senate, House budgets '98% the same' as Obama's →

  • He said Congress should start cutting spending now instead of raising debt limits and making rules for the future.

    Dems finagle $1.9T rise in debt cap →

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