Welcome to The Hill’s Players to Watch special report for fall 2014. The lawmakers, administration...
The bank’s charter expires on Sept. 30.
The Senate voted Monday to clear three nominations to the Social Security Advisory Board.
Sen. David Vitter (R-Louis.) on Monday criticized the Securities and Exchange Commission for not...
The groups asked the majority leader to stand by comments opposing the bank.
Seventy percent said the federal government should fund preschool programs.
One might have expected the ECB to have taken a leaf out of Ben Bernanke's playbook.
Corporations have gained extraordinary powers through trade agreements to sue governments.
The financial industry and the federal consumer bureau are on a collision course.
The agency acknowledged in June that a stash of Lois Lerner's emails couldn't be found.
The Democrat and Republican differ on if "the IRS mistreated liberal groups in the same way."
The unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent.
Tea Partiers oppose the bank's reauthorization, calling it corporate welfare.
A vote on a stopgap funding bill to avoid a shutdown could be as early as Thursday.
The House on Monday passed legislation to enhance prosecutions of tax return identity theft.
Authors of a massive housing finance industry overhaul said that a recent Congressional Budget...
The Treasury chief said Congress must also act against inversions.
Russia’s prime minister warned the country's airspace could be closed to airlines.
Avoiding a shutdown is at the top of the agenda as lawmakers return.
A proposal would reportedly overturn any corporate inversions since 1994.
"Yesterday’s jobs report was another reminder of how far we’ve come," he said.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Friday that it has hired its first ever ombudsman.
The public has a positive view of the sector, according to a new poll.
The IRS had failed to start work on almost half of the taxpayer complaints against preparers it...