Sen. Schumer said Democrats would block any effort to tie a spending bill to defunding the group.
The House plans to leave on Wednesday, forcing the Senate to approve a short-term measure.
McConnell wants a six-year highway deal, but the House wants a five-month patch.
The Senate failed to move forward with lawmakers wanting more time to review the details.
Senators are weighing tying the Ex-Im reauthorization to the highway bill.
Progressives are pressing Clinton on a banking bill backed by Sen. Warren.
Jeb Bush's top super-PAC is raking in the big bucks.
Warren and three colleagues introduced a bill to revive the Glass-Steagall Act.
The ruling leaves Republicans with few options for rolling back the health law.
Obama is poised for a big win on trade.
It's unclear whether Senate Dems will back the new strategy to get fast track.
House leaders booted three members from the GOP whip team.
Lawmakers face a number of key deadlines after the August recess.
House Majority Leader McCarthy says they won't vote on the multi-year bill that revives Ex-Im.
House Republicans and Democrats in both chambers are resisting the bill.
A procedural vote could come as early as Tuesday in the Senate.
The $8 billion bill heads to the Senate, where lawmakers could tie on Ex-Im.
Clinton talked about a "growth and fairness economy" but offered few specifics.
Officals got mixed reviews at best for their handling of the glitch.
With the bank's charter lapsed, attention now turns to the highway bill.
The measure passed the Senate in a 60-38 vote.
McConnell pressed senators to have "a little more trust" ahead of votes.
The White House and GOP are rallying around a plan to secure Obama's trade agenda.
The high-profile lawsuit over the federal takeover of AIG came to a close.