Rep. Sandy Levin lost his bid to make changes to a GOP-backed bill.
Clinton is facing heat from critics who note she backed the deal as secretary of State.
Rep. Sandy Levin is helping to lead opposition to the "fast-track" measure.
Eleven members of the New Democrat Coalition say they'll support the deal.
The Agriculture secretary said an accord must come before election season ramps up.
Groups are roiled over a new website launched by the firm 270 Strategies.
The Democratic senator is pushing back against planned provisions in international pacts.
Virtually every major tech industry trade group is rallying around legislation.
Chief of staff Denis McDonough says Obama will "attack" effort with "vigor."
A new report urges stronger U.S. Labor Department oversight.
Groups say Obama nominee Richard Rahul Verma could repair the fractured relationship.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation wants Ron Wyden to keep trade negotiations open.
The Massachusetts Democrat is a leading critic of the president’s trade agenda.
Both groups say they are winning the trade war.
The fast-track legislation threatens to split Democrats.
The fast-track deal will set off a big legislative fight, particularly among Democrats.
Liberal groups want Clinton to oppose fast-track powers and a Pacific trade pact.
The president is seeking fast-track power to further international pacts.
Alan Greenspan and Ben Bernanke joined economic leaders to urge Congress to act.
A bipartisan group is urging Obama to act on the issue.
Hundreds of business and humanitarian groups pressed for smoothed relations.
An agreement could lead to the first major tariff-cutting deal at the WTO in 17 years.
Officials said the partnership would lower the cost of international business.
Republicans are divided about whether to reauthorize the bank.