The group opposes reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank derided by some as corporate welfare.
A group of D.C. residents are going to court over decades-old overpaid benefits.
Another continuing operation would constrain operations, Jeh Johnson said.
A new plan targets fundamental problems with the tax code.
“We need a revolution in the way higher education is funded,” Sanders said.
The outgoing president said Rand Paul's bill would lead to "economic instability."
New Jersey governor says he would change the tax system in his first 100 days as president.
Home builder confidence fell slightly in February as severe winter weather weighed on the outlook.
The “scoop and toss” procedure has been used by Republican and Democratic governors.
A worldwide cyber crime ring based in Russia, China and Europe has been stealing money.
So far, consumers have exhibited magnificent restraint with their "energy windfall."
The AARP joined labor unions Friday for a strategy session.
Home construction slowed in January, as most of the country endured severe winter weather.
Labor Secretary Tom Perez met with union leaders Tuesday.
Bush responds to critics trying to tie him to his brother's foreign policy.
On a conference call, many with Romney ties praise the 2016 hopeful for leading on the issue.
A bipartisan duo of two House lawmakers have offered a bill that would install an inspector general...
The push follows a fatal accident on New York's Metro-North commuter railway.
The measure would terminate lawmakers' salaries if Congress doesn't pass a budget that balances...
Economic confidence has remained in positive territory since 2015 began, according to a Gallup ...
Conservatives are apoplectic over a new union certification election rule.
The long-running campaign could come down to a handful of moderate Democrats.
The entitlement program has been thrust into the spotlight ahead of the 2016 race.
A group of House lawmakers will visit three countries involved in Asia-Pacific trade deal...