Senators have tried and failed this year to renew long-term unemployment insurance.
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The House’s top tax writer is highlighting areas where he thinks there is common ground.
“I don’t expect it to be acrimonious,” Brady said.
A bipartisan pair of senators is calling on a financial regulator to tighten up its background checks of investment brokers.
Rep. Dave Camp hailed the move as a "significant step forward" for his investigation.
Sylvia Burwell on Friday said she sees an opening to negotiate a spending increase.
The unemployment rate rose to 6.7 percent in the February report.
Friday's numbers on jobs come directly after back-to-back underwhelming reports, raising questions about whether it's just cold weather — or something less cyclical — causing the sluggish figures.
"She won’t give us the answers? You’ve got to be kidding me," said Rep. Jim Jordan.
The legislation would allow the Obama administration to provide loan guarantees to Ukraine.