Several lawmakers and business groups could make the difference.
New home sales surged in October, rebounding from a steep drop the previous month.
Claims for unemployment benefits fell 12,000 last week.
The settlement marks one of the first actions taken against a political intelligence firm.
Inhibiting adviser interaction means employees may unnecessarily cash out retirement funds.
The practice of corporate inversion is coming under new scrutiny.
A letter asks the Appropriations Committee to make defunding the rule a priority.
Sales of previously owned homes maintained a healthy pace but cooled in October.
Lawmakers will return from their Thanksgiving break with just two weeks to reach a deal.
Lawmakers are considering using a variety of funding mechanisms to avoid raising gas taxes on...
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) said that failing to pass the TPP trade agreement would amount to “...
The measure extends federal transportation funding until Dec. 4.
Even with the rise of liberal firebrand Bernie Sanders, the Massachusetts Democrat is shaping...
Consumer confidence was buoyed in November by an improving outlook among middle- and lower-income...
The Treasury chief says Obama should veto any funding bill that hits Wall Street regs.
The U.S. economy grew more than originally estimated in the third quarter, climbing 2.1 percent.
It has been 19 years since the federal government enacted a budget on time.
Government funding expires Dec. 11.
The $160 billion deal was announced Monday.
The deal would represent the biggest corporate inversion to date.
The White House hopeful will unveil the first part of her plan Sunday in Iowa.
Rep. Pat Tiberi (R-Ohio) was named vice chairman of the Joint Economic Committee.
One questioner at a Malaysia town hall called the trade deal “elitist.”
Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) urged President Obama to press Malaysia on human rights.