“Our cyber defenses are not yet where they need to be,” the Treasury chief said.
Senators seeking to give states broader latitude are preparing a last-ditch effort.
Spending on entitlement programs is projected to rise to twice their historical average.
The dust-up follows a court ruling against the agency's first run at education standards.
The White House said Tuesday that it was encouraged that the Republican-led House was “about to do...
President Obama blocked Ralls Corp. from buying wind farms in the United States.
The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) said that it would be scoring lawmakers votes on a...
Tech stocks plunged after Janet Yellen said some firms appear "substantially stretched."
The AFL-CIO is warning Congress not to rest on its laurels about a likely deal to temporarily...
Racetrack owners are working to protect a tax break for motor sports.
The surprise move clears the way for a deal with Democrats in the Senate.
The $10 billion bill would extend the Highway Trust Fund, expected to run dry in August.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx predicted there would be a repeat of this summer’s...
Fed Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen stirred rampant talk of a “bubble” in the market.
A House panel examined nearly a dozen bills that Republicans say would provide much needed...
At least two senators have come out against lifting restrictions on plants overseas.
The House on Tuesday rejected a proposal to limit GOP efforts to review Consumer Financial...
Sales still fell below analyst expectations.
The $490 billion spending bill would also keep Apache helicopters in the National Guard.
Yellen described last month's first quarter GDP reduction as "transitory."
Boehner is coming under pressure to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank from his own backyard.
The measure would cut $353 million from IRS enforcement and use it toward deficit reduction.
The measure, set to get a vote this week, would threaten implementation of ObamaCare and the Wall...
A subsidiary was found advocating for audit clients on Capitol Hill, the SEC alleges.