Yellen will testify before the Senate Banking Committee, with the Fed under fire.
The outgoing Dallas Fed president wants more transparency and a power shift.
A fight is looming over the "fiduciary rule."
Jeb Bush looked to cast himself as the GOP standard-bearer on income inequality.
Big banks may be the biggest losers in Obama's budget.
The Federal Reserve is no no rush to hike interest rates.
The CBO projects the annual budget deficit will shrink to $468 billion in fiscal 2015.
The two are sending bullish signals that a deal on business taxes is attainable.
Republicans are already hitting back at Obama's new economic pitch.
The House moves against Obama's immigration plans and delays a key Dodd-Frank provision.
Investment banker Antonio Weiss had faced opposition from liberal Democrats.
Sources said the Senate could vote on the measure as early as Thursday.
Republicans on the Financial Services committee will be forced to take a position.
One of Obama's top economic advisers called the bill "dangerous."
Rand Paul will tout his "Audit the Fed" bill during a visit to the early-voting state.
Republicans say the budget doesn't do enough for small businesses.
Obama is pushing to reverse the automatic spending cuts in his budget proposal.
Yellen will hold a press conference Wednesday ahead of her second year at the helm.
The White House is preparing new restrictions on financial advisers.
Obama heads into the speech with a boost in the polls and an improving economy.
Business groups have cheered the administration's moves.
The House will vote Wednesday on a bill to delay the law's Volcker Rule.
The bill is the first to reach the president's desk from the new Congress.
Warren will deliver the keynote before the AFL-CIO summit on wages.