The 2016 contender has made income inequality a centerpiece of his campaign.
The spending bill prevents future regulations to rein in campaign spending.
A new survey, however, shows they are slightly less optimistic than earlier this year.
Officials are investigating why construction continued despite plans to withdraw.
Democratic lawmakers tell the president not to back down in the face of GOP opposition.
Clinton and Bush have both raised the issue.
"Personnel is policy," the Massachusetts Democrat said.
Rep. Ron Kind has an idea to chip away at the federal deficit: Give congressional office budget...
Josh Earnest said the administration is still focused on implementing Dodd-Frank reforms.
Sens. Orrin Hatch and Ron Wyden unveiled a plan to restore more than 50 expired tax breaks.
Approaches proposed by both the House and Senate have drawn criticism.
The Swiss Bank Program fights against offshore tax evasion.
Pete Domenici and Alice Rivlin are calling for sweeping changes to the process.
The National Institutes of Health is providing $28 million to the multi-year project.
The groups want Congress to reverse a 2012 decision to cut funding for buses.
The state is the latest to consider raising its own taxes as federal road funding dries up.
Senators still think they can craft a long-term infrastructure bill.
"We have got to break up the largest financial institutions," Sanders said.
She joked her former rival "now sends around shirtless pictures ... and sells diet pills."
The LIUNA union is pressing for a longer round of road spending.
A top Senate Republican is calling for details on federal assistance the administration is...
Rep. John Delaney said taxing overseas corporate profits would be a better road funding source.
An amendment to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank is likely to accompany any bill.
The bank remains in operation despite the expiration of its charter on June 30.