New credit card bill targeting Visa-Master card 'duopoly' triggers lobbying onslaught
Lawmakers are pushing legislation that would reform the credit card industry with the purpose of fostering greater competition, prompting widespread outcry from a diverse coalition.
California Senate passes $25 minimum wage for health care workers
California's state Senate passed a bill this week that would raise the minimum wage for health care workers and support staffers to $25 an hour.
'Biden Bucks stop here': DeSantis touts Florida's digital currency ban, warns of 'cashless society'
The team for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis released a new video that touts the governor signing legislation to ban the use of a central bank digital currency.
Minnesota Democrat lawmakers push ban on gas-powered lawn mowers, chainsaws to curb 'climate pollution'
Representatives of Minnesota's Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party introduced bills to prohibit sales of non-electric yard equipment and ice resurfacing machines such as Zambonis.
Hawley introduces two bills to protect kids from effects of social media, raise age requirement to 16
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., has introduced a bill that would implement an age requirement for social media usage and another that would study the harmful impact of social media on children
Larry Kudlow: There are numerous issues with the November jobs report
FOX Business host Larry Kudlow dives into the November jobs report, the Federal Reserve's economic plans and Democrats' omnibus spending bill supposedly with Republican leadership support on 'Kudlow.'
Maine lobstermen, their livelihoods threatened, push back against California aquarium's 'red listing'
Maine lobstermen and politicians are pushing back on a West Coast aquarium's directive to "take a pass" on lobsters from the Pine Tree State, arguing the fishing methods endanger whales.
California Legislature passes landmark fast food workers bill
The California Legislature passed legislation to create a panel that will establish wage rates, working hours and other standards in the fast food industry.
CBO says Democrats' tax hike and social spending bill will increase IRS enforcement on middle class
The CBO expects audits to increase slightly on middle class taxpayers, and says other enforcement actions will increase regardless of income bracket.
IRS faces online uproar over special agent job posting requiring ability to use deadly force 'if necessary'
The IRS received intense scrutiny for a job posting for "Criminal Investigation Special Agents" that noted agents are required to be willing to use "deadly force, if necessary."
US industries hurt by Chinese 'dumping' could get more of a payout
A group of U.S. senators is trying to get the federal government to hand over millions of dollars collected from China as a penalty for flooding markets with cheap products.
New Florida law requires high school students to take financial literacy course
A new law in Florida will require high school students in the state to take a financial literacy course in order to graduate.
Billionaires tax would take aim at unrealized gains on assets, most profitable corporations
The broad strokes of the proposal announced by Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., to tax the country's billionaire class to help fund President Biden’s legislative agenda was laid out early Wednesday as a two-pronged strategy to take aim at the wealthiest individuals and corporations.
Progressives swipe at Manchin after new demands to severely limit Biden child tax credit: 'Cruel'
Progressives lashed out at Sen. Joe Manchin, the moderate Democrat from West Virginia, after Axios reported he wants means testing and work requirements attached to the child tax credit.
Acting DHS Secretary: New York back in trusted traveler program if state allows DMV access
New York state plans to sue the federal government over global entry suspension; Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf joins 'Sunday Morning Futures.'
What would GOP tax reform 2.0 look like and when?
Rep. Kevin Brady breaks down a possible plan and timeline for new tax cuts on 'Sunday Morning Futures.'
Rep. McCarthy on tax deadline: 'We've made great progress'
House majority leader explains what changes he would still like to see made in conference on 'Sunday Morning Futures.'
Rep. Diane Black: The estate tax is a fundamental issue
Republican from Tennessee and the chair of the House Budget Committee says the federal government doesn't have the right to a 'second bite from the apple.'