To the Limit Seven months into the government’s fiscal year, Congress has finally reached an agreement to fund its activities. The bill provides $593 billion for defense programs, including half of a $30 billion supplemental request recently submitted by President Donald Trump. It also gives NASA $19.7 billion, an increase of $368 million from the prior year. Even the FAA will see a slight bump, of $127 million over 2016 funding to $16.4 billion. That includes $1 billion for the ...

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