The Obama administration is slow-walking the credit it gives to large dairy and livestock farms out of fear that it could get slapped with another big...
Rigell discussed with POLITICO the pressures on the military, his fight for Congress to authorize the war against the Islamic State, his post-Congress...
It's the latest in a series of tight poll results in the battleground state.
Digital security firm Flashpoint said in an alert that it "has observed Mirai attack commands" in the assault that has targeted the global internet...
Frank Kendall, the undersecretary of Defense for acquisition, technology, and logistics, says the Pentagon's system for buying weapons, vehicles and services...
The secretive team tasked with preparing for a Clinton presidency is hiring staff, culling through resumes and reaching out to key Democrats.
Jodey Arrington, who has spent the last two years creating the network for a small Lubbock hospital, is the overwhelming favorite to represent Texas’s...
Bank regulator says the treatment of startups will be the same as for financial institutions, a move that could burden fintech firms.
By comparison, average prices for the second cheapest silver-level plan had increased by just 7.5 percent on average in 2016 and 2 percent in 2015.
'He has given jobs to Chinese steel workers, not American steel workers,' Clinton says.
An ambitious bid by AT&T to buy Time Warner could face major political obstacles in merger-wary Washington.
The vice president talks about what's in store for him when he leaves office in January.
Critics say the administration's strongest case against the suit is its argument that the court should never have considered it.
If she wins in November, Clinton would have to fill a raft of positions at DOJ and the FTC.
Clinton’s bid to beat Donald Trump brought her and the Massachusetts senator together, but there's tension ahead if Clinton wins the White House.
In a new report by the bureau's fintech research division, the bureau asserts that it has interest in supporting consumer's access to personal finance...
His Senate schedule reveals a series of meetings with financial services reps just as Wall Street was imploding.
The Democrat wants to squash "rigged" election talk with a huge win, dragging congressional Democrats along for the ride.
To try and fill the gap, a super PAC backing Murphy is spending $800,000 to run TV ads through Election Day.