The fight over the Export-Import Bank is taking center stage.
Negotiations of a sweeping Asia-Pacific agreement are heading into the weekend.
“The bottom line is that Congress has to do its job,” he said.
The jobless rate remains 5.1 percent, its lowest since April 2008.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers is worried that proposed rule of origin standards on autos in...
Economist Robert Litan was forced to resign from the think tank.
"We need to stop these devastating sequester cuts," Sen. Harry Reid said.
The deadline coincides with the end of John Boehner's Speakership.
The North Carolinians say the issue could threaten the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Hillary Clinton this week became the latest proponent for scrapping the high-cost health plans.
First-time claims for jobless benefits rose 10,000 to a seasonally adjusted 277,000.
Some on the right worry about how Boehner will use his final days in the Capitol.
Bernanke said "everything that went wrong" was done by individuals, not firms.
"When it comes to the debt ceiling, we're not going back there," the president said.
Ryan's push for a big infrastructure tax deal may fall flat before the Oct. 29 funding deadline.
Policymakers should be doing much more to stimulate growth in the manufacturing economy.
Medicare, Medicaid and the Earned Income Tax Credit are the key culprits.
The two lawmakers looking to climb the GOP leadership ladder won’t face backlash.
Congressional trade leaders are demanding that the Obama administration ramp up talks with...
The high-ranking Senate Democrat said action on a bill "can't wait."
The move would allow the bank to get a floor vote without leadership's support.
"It is highly unlikely these loans will ever be fully repaid," the Republican chairmen said.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) wants to consolidate loan programs.
Beginning Thursday, merchants will face more liability for credit card fraud.