Officials say cost-sharing subsidies will no longer receive a cut under the sequester.
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Trade talks between the United States and Japan remained at an impasse after more high-level discussions this week.
Major gaps remain between Washington and Tokyo as they aim to complete negotiations as part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement.
The Justice Department repeatedly overstated its effort and effectiveness in cracking down on mortgage fraud, according to an internal investigation.
A rare industry partnership to fight criminals online is moving full stream ahead, leaders of the joint effort said.
In a new video, the heads of the Financial Services Roundtable and the Retail Industry Leadership Association said the effort is “making progress.”
Nineteen percent say unemployment and jobs is the top issue in a new poll.
Sen. Levin (D-Mich.) has antagonized big finance by doggedly pursuing banks for bad behavior.
Dems are circulating an analysis saying Issa blew his shot at holding Lerner in contempt.
The banker, once told "don't get caught," pleads guilty as Credit Suisse is under increasing pressure in the U.S.
The Senate Banking Committee on Thursday will look to start filling several holes on the Federal Reserve Board as it vets a trio of picks for the central bank.
The more liberal budget vision calls for higher taxes on the wealthy, and a range of new spending initatives.