Several lawmakers have proposed legislation to limit the size of banks and some of their riskier financial operations.
He said government has grown so big that only one government agency actually knows all of its programs.
Forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and his former vice president, Riek Machar, are at odds.
"Just think of how many families will have their choices taken away if Mayor De Blasio pursues these policies."
Toomey says “government policy should protect all three pillars of retirement security...and preserve what works.”
If it won't be a "shot in the arm" to the Iranian economy, Tehran must have its reasons for agreeing to the deal.
Senate hears that the industry "will sell any information about any person regardless of sensitivity for 7.9 cents a name."
Levitt says this explains in part why Hezbollah is more engaged in more international terror today than at any time since the 1980s.
Rahm Emanuel: "Addressing the skills gap can be one of our most powerful tools for...creating more broadly shared prosperity."
Flake: “Distaste for Mr. Obama isn’t enough to justify opposition to trade pacts that would raise U.S. living standards.”
One neurologist said that in return for ordering necessary scans, "CMS and insurance companies are going to post negative grades in my name."
The bills provide a 0.5 percent payment increase through 2017 and keep payments stable from 2018 through 2023.
Obama wants authority to move Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement through with minimal impact from Congress.
Obamacare cuts $716 billion from Medicare over the next decade, with more than $200 billion coming from MA plans.
Rogers: "Now we may have tipped off a nuclear arms race in the Middle East."
“That's, I think, our best hope for getting out of the ‘too big to fail’ box."
GOP chairman says current monetary policy regime is tilting the playing field in favor of Wall Street and away from average working families.
Lawmakers told a “fourth branch” of government may be on the horizon, where federal agencies can determine their own jurisdictions.
Pushing for ratification of disabilities treaty: “I am still convinced that we give up nothing, but we get everything in return,”
One Dem worries that the extremely high-tech cars could put traditional auto mechanics out of work.
Congress studies alarming scenarios surrounding the security -- or insecurity -- of the online healthcare exchange.
GOPs warn that the 30-hour threshold will force schools to cut jobs, scrap programs, and incur greater costs.
Intelligence community officials warn against throwing off balance between transparency and national security.
TSA chief argues against defunding: "I don't want to take away a layer of security that may identify the next putative terrorist."
The Obamacare of natural disasters: Legislators blame FEMA and say they never meant to hit homeowners so extremely.