By perpetuating uncertainty over interest rates, the Fed is paralyzing economic growth.
Losing the Senate should force Obama to deal with them, says GOP.
The first-ever U.S.-India Strategic and Commercial Dialogue is being held this week.
The aviation industry is split as a deadline for extending FAA looms.
Nearly 50 state lawmakers from Maryland and Virginia are urging GOP leaders on Capitol Hill to pass...
The drop in sales comes after three straight months of gains.
The decision to hold off on a rate hike adds a major wrinkle to Congress’s jam-packed economic...
The business partnership aims to strengthen trade and investment ties with the region.
The falling jobless rates come as payrolls increased in 32 states.
It would keep "a majority of Senators on or near the Senate floor" in event of a shutdown.
“My view is that the Republican caucus will have to make its own decisions,” Van Hollen said.
Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) hopes to bridge the gaps between labor, lawmakers and business.
Concerns raised in a meeting with Labor Secretary Thomas Perez could spell trouble.
Supporters of carried interest tax break aren't worried — yet.
The agency said it can better catch fraudulent returns before they enter the system.
A new report finds Hispanic workers in unions make more money, have better benefits.
A tweet by Hillary Clinton lamenting “price gouging” in the prescription drug market sent some...
There are few legislative days left for a must-pass spending bill.
The Import-Export Bank saw its charter expire over the summer.
The bill would apply to future sessions of Congress.
Rep. Scott Garrett's bill would open up meetings of the Financial Stability Oversight Council.
"The stakes are just too high to take even a day off," Rep. Bustos said.
The new rules will make it easier for U.S. businesses to have a presence on Cuba.
The centrist senator wants distance from at-all-costs efforts to defund Planned Parenthood.