The nearly $153.2 billion bill would fund the departments of Education, Labor and HHS.
Appropriators reported the bill out of committee in a 20-10 vote.
Heritage Action CEO said Americans cannot expect the high court to “save us from the law.”
Why remove Hamilton, our most modern founder, but keep retrograde and antifederal Jackson?
The TAA bill was advanced 76-22 before the voice vote.
Regulators are getting ready to release the first batch of complaints from consumers about banks...
Senate approval could boost the White House during TPP negotiations
The Internal Revenue Service improperly doled out $18.8 million in contracts to corporations that...
Stanley Fischer said the Fed is considering changes to how it monitors financial institutions.
Republicans blocked a move to reverse a ban on funds for CDC to research gun violence.
House Democrats say they no longer have any reason to block a worker aid bill.
The measure calls for spending $43 billion per year on roads until 2021.
The presidential candidate suggests his legislation is the latest step against wealth inequality.
The measure calls for spending approximately $1.65 billion annually on Amtrak.
An inspector general says Congress may never see a full record of Lois Lerner's emails.
DOT Chief Anthony Foxx said he hopes a recent committee vote "is just the beginning."
The rule was originally set to take effect Aug. 1.
The $275 billion measure would make it easier to apply for a program that allows tolls on existing...
House appropriators advanced the $153 billion bill after a nearly seven-hour markup.
The group faces a hard sell with Republican leaders ruling out an increase in the tax.
Thomas Perez's comments come amid an onslaught of criticism from the business community.
The White House candidate is vowing to take down “the Washington cartel.”
Appropriators will still have to find the money to pay for the proposal.
The U.S. economy faced a smaller decline than previously estimated, shrinking just 0.2 percent in...