The bill will prevent a government shutdown on Oct. 1.
Rank-and-file Dems and Republicans have expressed concerns over the Syria measure.
Boehner says a vote will come next week as GOP grapples with Obama's Syria request.
The bank may only be safe until June, leaving both sides disappointed.
The GAO report reignited the debate over "too big to fail.
The US and EU are blocking exports to the energy sector and sanctioning major banks.
Obama blasted companies he said "game the system."
Who better than retired-Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) to celebrate Dodd-Frank’s fourth birthday?
Hensarling holds political clout on the most important financial issues on Congress’ to-do list.
With just two words — "substantially stretched" — Yellen sent social media stocks tumbling.
A federal judge is ordering the IRS to explain itself.
Several key GOP senators voiced interest in Sens. Manchin and Kirk's effort to reauthorize Ex-Im.
The bill passed 319-108, one year after a fight between the GOP and Obama led to a shutdown.
The House released a Syria measure Monday, likely clearing the way for votes.
Lawmakers put off a vote after Obama asked for authority to equip Syrian rebels.
Talk of a long-term extension is dead for the immediate future, multiple sources said.
The long-awaited report from the GAO is due Thursday.
The Federal Open Market Committee meets tomorrow and will release its policy statement Wednesday.
The House may vote on a continuing resolution before the August recess.
An IRS official suggested that backup tapes could still exist.
Sen. Manchin says he has no plans to drop a coal provision opposed by greens.
Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen is headed to Capitol Hill Tuesday.
The bill reauthorizes the bank for five years and increases the credit exposure to $160B.
There'll be plenty of financial services fireworks in the weeks ahead.