The authorizing charter of the Export-Import Bank of the United States has been allowed to expire...
The Export-Import Bank's charter expires June 30.
Hochberg said he has not spoken or met with Speaker John Boehner.
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) wants to use an Africa trade bill as a vehicle to reauthorize the...
In a 31-65 tally, the Senate voted against tabling an amendment to reauthorize the bank.
A leading Republican said Tuesday he expects the House to pass a bill reauthorizing the Export-...
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) struck a deal to move fast-track forward.
"None of us want to replace the private sector."
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said he and Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) disagree...
Hensarling is the chief Ex-Im critic in Congress.
"To do nothing ... is something Congress is usually pretty good at," Jim Jordan said.
Ex-Im critics characterized the bank as a form of corporate welfare.
Trade and spending fights will top the agenda on Capitol Hill.
“The Ex-Im debate has not been rooted in reality," Jeffrey Immelt said.
The bank approved a $280 million loan to a company that's since filed for bankruptcy.
A month after the measure was in peril, supporters eye a big win.
The bank will expire at the end of June absent congressional action.
Export-Import President Fred Hochberg is promoting the embattled bank in four states.
“I’m glad that we have a path forward on both Ex-Im and trade," Sen. Murray told reporters.
Virtually every other country that is a major exporter has an equivalent.
The battle to reauthorize the bank has become a divisive issue within the GOP.
House Majority Leader McCarthy and House Minority Whip Hoyer discussed the upcoming week's agenda.
What ever happened to the do-nothing Congress?
Fred Hochberg will offer a full-scale defense for the Bank's survival Wednesday.