Factory production climbed to a six-month high in February, as U.S. industry began to shake off severe winter weather.
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Peterson's decision in the GOP-leaning Minnesota district is a relief for Democrats.
U.S. policymakers are vowing action against Russia.
The bill dims the lights at Fannie, Freddie instead of cutting off power on a specific date.
House GOP tax writers see a strengthening case for “dynamic” analysis of legislation.
Critics say the two-year-old deal hasn't worked, which the Obama administration disputes.
The Obama administration is pursuing a free trade agreement with Vietnam, but critics of the country’s authoritarian regime believe sanctions are in order.
House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-Calif.), a vocal champion of human rights, on Friday introduced a bill that would impose targeted financial and visa sanctions on Vietnamese individuals involved in abuses.
Speaker is concerned that the deal's retroactive pay would prove unworkable.
U.S. and European Union trade negotiators said Friday that they made progress this week during their fourth round of talks but acknowledged there is still no deadline to ink a final deal.