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.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit against a Georgia company it called a “...
The Fed chief will be in a Capitol Hill hot seat this week.
Business economists have lowered their estimates for economic growth in the second quarter...
A federal judge signaled he would force IRS officials to testify under oath.
Reps. Jim Moran (D-Va.) and Kevin Brady (R-Texas) have teamed up.
The Center for American Progress is calling for Congress to ditch the federal gas tax.
Democrats balk at the lack of an offset for the credit, which costs billions.
This could well be an asset bubble of unparalleled proportion.
The measure marks halfway point in the House's consideration of fiscal appropriations.
The employee, suspended for 100 days, urged taxpayers seeking assistance to vote for Obama.
The $10 billion bill would extend the Highway Trust Fund, expected to run dry in August.
Companies aren’t waiting on Congress to ensure that the billions of dollars in electronic payments...
The Justice Department said the bank misled investors before the 2008 financial crisis.
The go-slow approach to changing the Federal Reserve has yet to win over Democrats.
The new estimate is $66 billion less than initially projected.
More than a dozen manufacturing groups on Friday urged the Obama administration to press for the...
The explosion of high-frequency trading in recent years has chipped away at public confidence in...
Rep. Hal Rogers said the president's border request is too high.
Senate Democrats are unhappy with an emerging short-term highway funding extension, even if they...
The Texas Republican filed a resolution to arrest Lerner on charges of contempt of Congress.
In Monday visit, Mass. Dem will portray Shelley Moore Capito (R) as a friend to big banks.
Senate Republicans are signaling broad support in their caucus for a bipartisan bill.