Biden Seeks More Money for Education, Health in Spending Plan

President Biden will ask Congress to approve $1.52 trillion in discretionary federal spending next year, including increased outlays on education, healthcare, research and renewable energy, part of a concerted effort to boost nondefense spending as a share of the economy.

Hospital Chain Got Help From Major Landlord as Losses Mounted

Medical Properties Trust helps private-equity firms profit from hospital deals, but...

HUD Aims to Boost Homeownership for Buyers With Higher Student Debt

A relaxed student-loan calculation will likely qualify more Black and Hispanic...

Top Bankruptcy Firm Kirkland Losing Lawyers as Economy Improves

Kirkland & Ellis LLP and several attorneys from the law firm’s...

Lobbyists for Silicon Valley Giants Find Glory Days Are Over

Lobbyists representing large tech companies such as Facebook are facing a...