Republican senators are tiptoeing around the possibility.
The administration is pushing rules that would show how advisers are paid.
Rep. Yoder's bill is in response to the controversial Planned Parenthood videos.
Cecile Richards said the vote is “about denying women access to healthcare."
The U.S. manufacturing sector’s expansion slowed slightly in July after two months of gains.
A former financial trader was sentenced Monday to 14 years in prison for his role in rigging the...
The stall in talks deals a blow to President Obama’s trade agenda.
Chinese tariffs on high-tech steel cost U.S. exporters more than $250 million annually.
But the index is still up for year-over-year.
"We can't keep on funding transportation by the seat of our pants," he said.
The funds are part of a $5M increase to the U.S. Geological Survey for this year.
The state is the latest to increase its own road fees as Congress punts on federal spending.
The department found seven companies and four people that helped provide energy for Bashar Assad's...
Puerto Rico officially defaulted on a government payment Monday.
Some of the funding will support DNA “fingerprinting” of bacteria.
Consumer spending has hovered around a daily average of $90.
Budget expert Stan Collender says there’s a 60 percent chance of a government shutdown.
"A good deal is better than a fast deal," Orrin Hatch said of Trans Pacific Partnership...
Bill and Hillary Clinton have now released almost four decades worth of tax returns.
Wages and salaries rose by 0.2 percent, the smallest rise since 1982.
Lawmakers want a woman on the $20 bill instead.
Fight over tobacco could jeopardize support for huge trade pact.
Smaller towns haven't seen the same level of growth, a new study finds.
Following the hedge fund recommendations would lead Puerto Rico to years of economic misery.