Democrats' push on wages polls better than Republicans' broader message of economic growth.
The U.S. Postal Service reported a $586 million loss in the third quarter of the year.
Religious colleges are worried the agency will eventually go after their tax exemption.
"He should [have] let the south go," the former IRS official wrote in one email.
The unemployment rate remains unchanged at 5.3 percent.
Losses from return fraud are in the neighborhood of $20 million.
The agency wants Congress to change the way it funds anti-wildfire efforts.
They are "two separate issues,” McConnell said.
The Foreign Relations Committee threatened to subpoena the administration over Malaysia's upgrade.
The measure would increase the gas tax by 16 cents over the next four years.
Any bipartisan deal, however, would be difficult for a revenue-hungry Congress to pass up.
But Republicans and Democrats disagree on whether the groups were intentionally targeted.
Some stores faced allegations of filling invalid prescriptions for painkillers.
The nation is again coming close to hitting the "ceiling" for overall debt.
The budget deficit for 2015 is expected to drop to roughly $425 billion.
Middle-class military families plan to spend less amid anxiety over budget cuts.
Malaysia’s upgrade "does not add up," three Democrats wrote.
Moderate Democrats slammed President Obama's proposal to regulate financial advisers, arguing that...
More than 20 banks in all, thought to have helped U.S. customers evade the IRS, have signed up.
The tactic allows the Senate GOP to pass bills with a simple majority instead of 60 votes.
The mortgage giant has paid $142.5 billion in dividends since the financial crisis.
Claims remain near record-low levels, reflecting a healthy labor market.
The GOP leader added the report shows the IRS's "seething contempt" for conservative groups.
NASA warns Congress must provide more funding or reliance on Russia will increase.