The measure was a response to two Supreme Court decisions.
Sen. Orrin Hatch denounced Democrats for questioning the patriotism of companies.
Mortgage rates ticked up slightly this week but remain near their lowest levels of the year.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said lawmakers would work with the administration to...
Problems are piling up for the NFL in Washington.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling said he "regrets” that Republicans are planning to renew the bank.
The campaign against giving President Obama trade promotion authority is growing.
The department vows to “to undermine” the financial capabilities of ISIS.
Republicans decided not to block advancement.
The proposed rules would help consumers ensure their scores are accurate.
The administration says bill threatens the healthcare security of families.
Two prominent groups argue the measure includes harmful Ex-Im Bank provisions.
The Senate Finance Committee has scheduled a hearing on the “outdated” energy tax code and...
Funding has been about $1.3 billion per year since 2008.
First-time claims for jobless benefits hit a two-month high last week but remained near pre-...
The lawmakers vow to stall any nonemergency legislation after Election Day.
The White House wants authority for it to arm rebels added to a government-funding bill.
Former IRS official Lois Lerner said in 2011 that the staffer had "spent most of the last year...
“Consumers will not be bamboozled by tricky tactics,” Richard Cordray told industry leaders.
Top official says progress was made on key issues among 12 nations.
“I could negotiate with myself. I don’t think it would get anywhere,” Rep. Dave Camp said.
House Democratic leaders are in wait-and-see mode on a funding measure.
Rep. Maloney (D-N.Y.) says fees should be "reasonable and proportional."
The White House has signaled it will act on its own on inversions, without congressional action.