Among the latest cuts proposed by the Trump administration:
$1.1 billion from the Agriculture Department, including $363 million from food aid to poor nations.
$1.2 billion from the departments of Commerce, Justice, and State, including $350 million from National Science Foundation grants and $210 million for help states keep immigrants in the country illegally in prison.
$1.8 billion from energy and water accounts, including $516 million from energy efficiency and renewable energy.
$714 million from the Interior Department, including $51 million from rural western school districts.
$7.3 billion from the Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education departments, including $1.3 billion from Pell Grants, $1.2 billion in grants to reduce class sizes, and $1.2 billion from the National Institutes of Health.
$2.7 billion from transportation, housing and development, including $1.5 billion from flexible community development funds, $499 million from transportation projects, and $447 million from transit projects.