Seventy-one government and public entities have struck settlements with the SEC.
Regulators are under pressure as they finish their work in Obama's last months.
Sales of new homes rose in July to their highest level since 2007.
"Removing an unnecessary tax levied on their success is a no-brainer,” Kevin McCarthy said.
Gary Johnson supports a fee, but not current regulations.
Sen. Roy Blunt wants financial records of the military sales fund.
The company must also pay $410,000 in consumer refunds.
Sen. Mark Kirk said Obama is "acting like the drug dealer in chief."
Hillary Clinton has rankled anti-trade groups by hiring former Sen. Ken Salazar (D-Colo.).
Trump has a common theme when it comes to fleshing out his policy plans: stay tuned.
A Chinese telecom giant allegedly tried to circumvent export restrictions on Iran.
Donald Trump said he would start fresh with NAFTA and pull the United States from the TPP.
OPINION | A NLRB decision gave student workers at private universities the right to unionize.
The change comes after a House vote on the Confederate flag.
The trade office is banning the import of ethernet switches from Arista Networks.
The agency attributed the rising budget deficit in part to lower corporate profits.
The 2,700 bitcoins were seized in several cases involving dark web market the Silk Road.
A business economist organization put Libertarian Gary Jonson over Trump on economics.
The rules are meant to crack down on corporate tax avoidance.
They significantly disagree on issues such as tax rates and the estate tax.
An IG report called the Army's financial statements "materially misstated" and unreliable.
OPINION | We can learn a lot about trade policy by looking at the Summer Olympics.
Energy-producing states are taking a hit amid the global slide in commodity prices.
Donald Trump's supporters have a more negative view of free trade than Hillary Clinton's backers.