Washington Post staff writer Kimberly Kindy and University of Minnesota Law Professor Richard Painter on members of Congress changing their investments after talking to Treasury and Fed officials.
Sen. Rob Portman, (R-Ohio), on efforts to end Congressional earmarks and why higher taxes would not solve the government’s rising deficit.
Sen. Richard Burr, (R-N.C.), on why he voted against the lawmaker insider - trading ban .
The Senate passed an amendment on Thursday that forces operatives who collect political intelligence in Washington for sale in the banking industry or on Wall Street...
FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets ahead of the trading day.
FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets around the world.
Legislation seeking to allow regulators to prosecute members of Congress for insider trading passed a key procedural hurdle late Monday in the Senate with broad bipa...
Sen. John Hoeven, (R-N.D.), discusses whether he can get his legislation to the floor of the Senate.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced Thursday that the Senate will take up legislation seeking to curtail insider trading by lawmakers, according to a White H...
Rep. Jim Cooper, (D-Tenn.), on his proposed bill that would freeze Congressional paychecks if a budget is not passed.
FBN’s Gerri Willis on Congress ’ exemption from insider - trading laws.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin on the investment loopholes that make insider trading legal for members of Congress .
“Throw Them All Out” author Peter Schweizer on efforts to end Congressional insider trading .
“Throw Them All Out” author Peter Schweizer argues the Stock Act is a good first step but lacks enforcement.
President Barack Obama called on Wednesday for stricter controls on lawmakers to confront "the corrosive influence" of money in Washington as he signed into law an i...
Government Affairs lobbyist Craig Holman weighs in on the Stock Act battle.
FBN’s Robert Gray with news that the Senate has passed the STOCK Act to crack down on insider trading among Congressional members, plus a market update.
HED: Senate Passes STOCK Act SHORT: FOX Business Brief: Markets, STOCK Act DEK: FBN’s Robert Gray with news that the Senate has passed the STOCK Act to crack down on insider trading among Congressional members, plus a market update.
WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved legislation Thursday to tighten insider-trading rules in Congress, voting 417-2 in favor of the bi...
U.S. House Republicans late Tuesday introduced their version of a bill to explicitly ban insider trading by lawmakers and their staff, but altered provisions of a Se...