Will Paul Ryan come to Obama's rescue on trade?
Clinton took questions from the press for the first time in three weeks.
The Senate voted to begin debate in a 65-33 vote on Thursday.
The White House vowed to "work through these challenges" after the Senate vote.
The bill would establish a congressional commission to restructure the central bank.
The White House hit back at Harry Reid for threatening to block a trade vote.
Boehner is open to either reforming the bank or winding it down.
The NFL's commissioner called the issue a "distraction."
An unreceived invitation from the Ex-Im chief to Hensarling highlights the tense divide.
The president is pushing back at liberal trade critics.
The legislation would make it easier for Obama to negotiate trade deals.
The administration's crackdown on financial advisers is under fire from business.
Four moderate Democrats will vote against the financial overhaul package.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell insists he can wrap up the trade bill this week.
The deal on a fast-track vote came a day after Senate Dems blocked a procedural move.
The feud between Warren and the White House worsened ahead of a key trade vote.
Yellen's comments come as the Fed grapples with when to raise interest rates.
For Carly Fiorina, the stakes have never been higher.
The Fed sees signs the economy has slowed down, but an interest rate hike appears on course.
Sen. Cantwell's amendment could reauthorize the bank for five years.
Both supporters and opponents of fast-track and the Pacific trade deal are digging in.
The ex-Fed chief wants to revamp Wall Street's regulatory structure.
The House is gearing up to vote on repealing the estate tax Thursday.
In an speech, Warren urged progressives to fight efforts to deregulate the economy.