Sen. Al Franken and Rep. Hank Johnson are taking aim at "forced arbitration."
The agreement lifts spending caps and suspends the debt limit until 2017.
Republican presidential candidates are echoing one another on monetary reform.
Boehner and Cruz have repeatedly tangled over policy and strategy.
A highway bill amendment would nearly double the U.S fuel tax.
The "black budget" shrank by $200 million in fiscal 2015.
"I look forward to signing it into law as soon as it reaches my desk," Obama said.
The accord draws the curtain on 2016's biggest fiscal fights.
The Texas Republican added that the deal hands Obama a "blank credit card."
The measure extends federal infrastructure funding until Nov. 20.
Senators expect to take a procedural vote at 1 a.m. unless they can speed up votes.
Pending home sales cooled in September for the second straight month.
Cruz says a future administration could reopen the investigation.
Lawmakers are facing a Nov. 20 deadline for renewing federal road funding.
Yellen will face questions on the bank's role in regulating Wall Street.
The proposals include using revenue from customs fees and privatizing tax collections.
The rules allow small investors to buy a stake in private companies.
The measure would spend up to $325 billion on roads and transit.
Pushing China to further liberalize its exchange rate risks undermining the global economy.
The moves paves the way for a final vote on the two-year budget deal.
Rep. Devin Nunes decided to remain in his current post at the request of Speaker Paul Ryan.
The agreement takes almost $13 billion in offsets off the table.
Attention turns to Nov. 20 as the new deadline for renewing federal road funding.
Rep. Sam Johnson will temporarily take the helm the House Ways and Means Committee until a...