“I think we're in pretty good shape,” said Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.)
Her rivals say the proposal would not do enough to prevent "reckless" behavior.
First-time claims for jobless benefits fell 13,000 last week.
Congressional Republicans are divided on what strategy to adopt.
Lawmakers are scrambling to prevent an interruption in transportation spending.
The plan would tie transportation funding to corporate tax reform.
The agency has long made battling identity theft a priority.
Conservatives are up in arms over a legislative maneuver meant to force a vote.
“Essentially, the ball is in the court of the Speaker,” Rep. Sander Levin said.
Congress must pass a government funding bill by Dec. 11
Congress may have a few more weeks to hammer out a debt limit agreement than once thought,...
A top financial regulator announced Wednesday it was considering barring a common move by financial...
"Members need to come together to figure out what we are and where we are going."
The National Association of Manufacturers said the new project could put sensitive business...
Lawmakers from tobacco-producing states and business groups are aiming to torpedo the TPP.
Clinton's move could help her in the Democratic primary.
That's the lowest yearly deficit during President Obama's administration.
Lawmakers worry the transition is hurting small businesses.
Lawmakers are facing an Oct. 29 deadline for renewal federal transportation funding.
The governor's tax plan goes in the opposite direction of Jeb Bush's and Donald Trump's.
"We are on our own," says the National Black Chamber of Commerce.
The tax committee is questioning whether rigged vehicles allowed owners to wrongly claim tax...
Hillary Clinton is jumping into the long-running fight over the Consumer Financial Protection...
He said he worked the phones to push an expansive Asia-Pacific trade deal across the finish line.