Obama's Cuba move is unlikely to spark "an immediate bonanza," however.
Consumers used their credit cards more the second quarter as jobs and economic growth picked up...
Graham suggests on Twitter that he'll seek to block funds for embassy.
The director of the Office of Management and Budget on Wednesday touted gains made by the $1.1...
Banks and financial institutions are planning an aggressive push to dismantle the law.
Democrats and Republicans are blaming each other for risking cancellations of Super Bowls.
Sen. Tom Coburn blocked Congress from reauthorizing the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act.
More than 60 million people in U.S. households depend on the earnings of a low-wage worker,...
Most voters want at least the Pentagon relieved from budget caps.
Homebuilding slipped but builders are upbeat about the market.
The initiative has come under scrutiny from a federal watchdog.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling’s father died on Sunday.
Three of the 10 voting members dissented from the latest statement, signaling discord.
U.S. law gives the White House significant discretion over Cuban sanctions.
The Commerce Department will impose steep new tariffs on solar panels from China and Taiwan.
The cromnibus covers only one-third of federal spending, so budget reforms are necessary.
Retailers reload with new lobbying approach for GOP Congress.
President signed massive funding bill that keeps government operating over next nine months.
The 50-plus incentives head to Obama's desk in one of the Senate's last acts of the year.
Warren and other senators are pressing the SEC to finalize the Dodd-Frank rule.
A top Obama adviser said Russian officials should be "extremely concerned."
For the first time since the financial crisis, more are hearing good news.
Facing no quorum, the board of governors voted in November to give power to its remaining members.
Gutting the "push out" provision of Dodd-Frank made its way into the cromnibus.