The House now has until July 30 for a do-over on Obama's trade agenda.
House Republicans also boosted health spending in some areas.
In a rare flash of anger, the Speaker chastises members for their votes on trade.
It is a slightly better projection than last year's.
Negotiations have stalled after sweeping regulatory reforms were proposed.
The GOP-led House might not vote again until the end of July.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz said his new legislation is a "viable solution."
GAO estimates many adults age 60 and older need meal services but don’t receive them.
A court ruled the takeover was "unduly harsh," but refused to award damages.
Dems' revolt against Trade Adjustment Assistance offers an opportunity for GOP leadership.
The trade fight isn't over yet.
Republican presidential candidates see a political upside in putting down the financial sector.
The bill cuts EPA funding by 9 percent — $718 million.
They are pressing Obama officials to reveal more details of an emerging trade pact.
Under the measure, the Secret Service would receive a $258 million funding boost.
The Democratic leader says the debate on fast-track "is probably the last of its kind."
The IMF and EU must change tack and help Greece successfully exit the euro.
Business groups are determined to push trade legislation to President Obama’s desk.
The head of the nation's biggest business lobby said the new rules would cut access.
Sen. Ron Wyden said he wouldn't get into the "la-la land of speculating."
Earnest said both sides need to "untangle the legislative snafu in the House."
Clinton has called for universal pre-K as part of her education platform.
Some predict an interest rate hike this summer, but the labor market hasn't fully recovered.
“Let’s take the lemons and turn it into lemonade,” Clinton said.