CFPB Director Richard Cordray sent an email to staffers confirming the event.
Support for raising the minimum wage is well-anchored in battleground states and could weigh on...
Schools in Alabama, Arizona, Idaho and Oklahoma have experienced the deepest cuts.
The poverty rate was 15.5 percent, the Census Bureau statistic says.
First-time claims for unemployment benefits hit a 14-year low.
An announcement is coming soon, multiple sources told The Hill.
The Obama administration said Wednesday that China has made strides in recent months to let its...
More than 50 U.S. business leaders on Wednesday called for U.S.-China investment treaty.
The senator said the healthcare law would increase the federal debt by $131 billion.
The deficit and spending figure less prominently in voters’ decisions, according to a poll.
Retail sales fell more than expected in September as consumers slowed their purchases of autos and...
We need a fresh look at how well our securities laws are protecting investor interests.
Health and Human Services grants $5.8 million to continue developing vaccine candidate.
Durbin called for a vote on a bill that would allow the refinancing of student loan debt.
Homebuilder confidence slipped last month after a four-month streak of gains.
Thompson is critical of Obama administration's response to crisis.
European policymakers are doing little to avert a debt crisis that could unravel the euro.
"Have you seen what the NIH spends money on?" the senator asked.
AbbVie's decision is perhaps the biggest sign yet that the Treasury Department's new rules are...
Democrats want to know why the House Appropriations Health panel hasn't met.
Businesses across the country continue to have a steady sense of optimism about the economy,...
Wednesday’s losses put the stock index in negative territory for the year.
The deficit for fiscal 2014 is the lowest since 2008, the Treasury Department said.
The funding will go toward apprenticeship programs, career services opportunities.