Several members of President Obama's Cabinet will testify before the House next week, to defend Obama's 2015 budget request.
Obama administration officials will visit Capitol Hill next week to discuss budget issues with senators.
On Wednesday, Secretary of State John Kerry will testify before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee — which he used to chair. He will talk about the administration’s national security and foreign policy priorities that were outlined in President Obama’s 2015 budget proposal.
Several House committees will hold hearings next week on the Obama administration's 2015 budget request, including a Ways and Means Committee one on Thursday with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.
The Senate Budget Committee will hold a hearing Wednesday to examine President Obama’s 2015 budget.
On the same day, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew will defend the president’s budget before the Senate Finance Committee.
Federal Reserve Board Chairwoman Janet Yellen will testify in the Senate next week on the Fed's monetary policy course and the state of the economy.
The Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee’s semiannual hearing on the monetary policy report was delayed two weeks ago because of a snowstorm that hit the northeast.
Jeh Johnson, the newly confirmed secretary of Homeland Security, will meet with members of the House next week to discuss his vision for keeping the nation safe.
Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen will testify in the House next week on the Fed's monetary policy course and the state of the economy, less than two weeks after she took over her post from Ben Bernanke.
The Senate Budget Committee will hear from Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Director Douglas Elmendorf on Tuesday.
Republicans on the committee are likely going to grill Elmendorf on this week’s CBO report that said ObamaCare would cost the economy 2.5 million workers, instead of the originally estimated 800,000 loss.
As the deadline for raising the debt ceiling nears, senators will hear from Moody’s Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi on what effect financial crises have on the overall economy.
On Tuesday, the Senate Budget Committee will hold a hearing titled, “The 2014 Outlook: Moving from Constant Crises to Broad-Based Growth.”
The director of the Congressional Budget Office will testify next week on the CBO's latest outlook for the budget and the U.S. economy.