The senator said the healthcare law would increase the federal debt by $131 billion.
The deficit and spending figure less prominently in voters’ decisions, according to a poll.
Retail sales fell more than expected in September as consumers slowed their purchases of autos and...
We need a fresh look at how well our securities laws are protecting investor interests.
The IRS has since reduced the amount of documents past due for disposal.
Hensarling said he didn't expect Congress to act to extend the bank this year.
He credits agency's data collection program for helping regulators "detect misconduct."
“Small businesses just can’t seem to get out of second gear,” said NFIB's chief economist.
Two senior House lawmakers on Tuesday are introducing bipartisan legislation that would provide a...
The deal illustrates the mixed impact of the Obama administration's new executive actions.
Stocks slid again Monday, as the Dow Jones shaved off another 223 points.
House Democrats' campaign arm has released ads accusing the GOP of misplaced priorities.
Businesses across the country continue to have a steady sense of optimism about the economy,...
Wednesday’s losses put the stock index in negative territory for the year.
The deficit for fiscal 2014 is the lowest since 2008, the Treasury Department said.
The funding will go toward apprenticeship programs, career services opportunities.
The agency could do more to comply with the Plain Writing Act, an inspector general found.
People are more confident than they've been since before the government shutdown.
“Butterfly Labs vigorously disputes these claims, as well as the overall validity of the lawsuit,"...
The WTO said India's restrictions on poultry imports violate trade rules.
She’s using her soapbox to try and pull the Democratic Party in a new direction.
Top U.S. and British bank regulators got together on Monday to test out their preparedness for...
Sen. Bob Casey said the Ebola infection in Dallas shows the need for training funds.
He also says Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D) was among the lawmakers pressing for more IRS scrutiny.