The bill is almost entirely retroactive, rewarding business activities already completed in 2014.
Economy & Budget
The bill authorizes the government to spend $1.1 trillion on discretionary programs between now and September 30, 2015.
What's important to emphasize is the potential benefits that genetically modified products have provided.
One reform can lay a crucial cornerstone—statutory regulatory analysis standards for all regulators.
Americans are fed up with the business-as-usual approach of leaving important problems unfixed.
From his perch as the next chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) plans to be the scourge of waste in defense contracting.
How do consumers know they are working with a lender they can trust?
The Qualified Mortgage Rule has had far-reaching and unexpected negative consequences.
New research suggests yes.
The online sales tax loophole puts brick-and-mortar retailers at a massive disadvantage in the marketplace.