Clinton announced her opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The trade deal will split lawmakers in both parties.
Congress is sending President Obama legislation to prevent a government shutdown.
Congress took one step closer to avoiding a government shutdown late Monday.
The Senate kicks things off tomorrow with a vote on bill that blocks money to Planned Parenthood.
A top Republican says the Senate may act before the House on a spending bill.
Yellen could signal that the central bank is raising interest rates.
Bush is using his tax plan to try to win back GOP voters.
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.
Rep. Steny Hoyer says "almost every Democrat" will back the discharge petition.
Lawmakers have just a few weeks to hammer out a deal.
McConnell told reporters GOP leaders spoke to Obama last week.
The pope pleaded for an economics that boosts people.
Senate Republicans are taking the lead to avoid a shutdown.
The decision though raised questions about the Fed's communication.
Obama will also take his budget fight before business leaders on Wednesday.
House Republicans will meet behind closed-doors tomorrow to discuss their strategy.
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.