House Republicans think the Senate will have to accept their bill.
More than three-quarters of those polled favor tough rules.
The current trading price is unsustainable, investors, analysts and traders said.
The battle for the bank's reauthorization continues.
Oxfam America has threatened to sue if the SEC does not "swiftly enact a new rule."
Sen. Orrin Hatch is the first top Republican to express support for the idea.
The legislation approved in a 93-4 vote would extend the program for seven years.
A new bill would restrict interest rates to no more than 36 percent.
Comedian Jon Stewart weighed in on the fight over federal transportation funding in Congress,...
President Obama is planning to visit a heavily traveled Delaware interstate bridge that has been...
Sixty-four percent of voters, including those with stocks, believe the stock market is rigged for...
A Justice official says his agency is probing ex-IRS official Lois Lerner’s missing emails.
The Texas-based computer giant is teaming up with bitcoin company Coinbase.
Democrats have the sort of deal clinched by the pharmaceutical company, known as inversions, in...
Technology is driving the U.S. economic recovery, but it is also making it tougher for parts of the...
"American people have endured enough waste from this House Majority," said Rep. Slaughter.
Lawmakers on Thursday urged OMB to consider the budget on a two-year basis instead of annually.
Incoming House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said Thursday that the House may consider...
It's the latest salvo in a fight over extending the breaks.
The deputy attorney general insisted no decision on criminal charges has yet been made.
The Obama administration has consistently opposed the House's efforts to permanently restore...
American corporations have found a new tax-planning strategy: voting with their feet.
Putin said the sanctions are driving relations "into a corner."
The new sanctions target two banks and two energy firms in Russia.