“There was nothing in the way of any facts I could take to anyone else,” Dan Flynn said.
The video centers on a fictional pizza farm where taquitos grow on trees.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has returned more than $10 billion to consumers who...
Five years after Dodd-Frank was passed, a new study finds it has led to $24 billion in compliance...
Trent Lott and John Breaux will lobby for the Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling.
Thursday's edition of the Federal Register contains new safety standards for nuclear reactors,...
Rep. Jackie Speier is preparing to unveil legislation.
The reg chief will be on the hotseat Wednesday before a House panel.
Lawmakers say they want a non-discriminatory policy to secure the nation's blood supply.
The legislation preempts states from enacting their own mandatory labeling laws.
Lawmakers are responding to reports of child abuse at boot camps for troubled youth.
The meeting follows a deadly incident on the agency’s Yellow line earlier this year.
“The Schedules that Work Act” would protect workers who ask their bosses for schedule changes.
Netflix opposed Comcast's proposed deal with Time Warner Cable.
Democrats are warning against cutting food stamp programs.
The group wants to revoke oil and gas exploration leases in the Arctic Ocean.
The report recommends Congress create a special FBI unit to assist victims.
Bank regulators should be working for the public, not private companies.
The company was accused of charging minority buyers higher interest rates.
It contains $20.5 billion in discretionary funding, $1.1 billion below Obama’s request.
Clinton has defended her husband’s repeal of Glass-Steagall legislation.
The union president called Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) a “champion” of the postal workers.
Wednesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for flight instructors, grocery...
The bill headed for markup would preempt states from enacting their own labeling laws.