Sen. Bob Menendez said the Cuban embargo "remains the law of the land."
Tariff relief applies to products not available or in short supply domestically.
The U.S. would lose that amount in travel, tourism and education spending.
Previously, travelers could return with no more than $100 worth of cigars and alcohol.
The government is grappling with how to ensure new technology is safe without stifling innovation.
The threshold will drop to $3 billion over two years.
The rules are aimed at reducing liquidity risk and enhancing reporting standards.
Some are wondering whether Bayh could receive seniority from his 1999–2011 tenure.
A top regulator says he wants more research into market liquidity questions.
The bank will pay $9.5 million to settle charges it didn't safeguard nonpublic information.
OPINION | A proposal on banks' commodity activities shows the Fed's political sensitivity.
Ireland says it will win its appeal of the $14.5 billion fine.
The agency is dramatically increasing the number of enforcement actions.
The company noted that it has received regulatory approval elsewhere.
The IRS disagreed that it wasted taxpayer funds.
The call Friday morning marks the climax of a steadily building feud.
"What’s going on here? Politics, politics, politics,” Peter Navarro said.
The rules have faced pushback from business groups.
OPINION | The island needs to eschew quick fixes and look for long-term economic growth.
Applications for jobless claims were 246,000 last week.
Multiple lawmakers suggested John Stumpf should face a criminal investigation.
Federal Reserve officials said it was a "close call" about whether to raise rates in September.
U.S. businesses advertised the fewest jobs in eight months in August.
The controversial rules could be finalized soon.