President Biden’s pick for Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is facing a hard fight over her past comments and studies as she refuses to turn over her thesis on Marxism while a student at Moscow State University.
A Colorado event planning company is suing the state's Office of Economic Development and International Trade in order to block racial preferences in the distribution of COVID-19 relief funds to disproportionately impacted businesses.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen continues to defend the Biden administration's proposed requirement for banks to report every transaction of $600 or more to the IRS, saying, "There's a lot of tax fraud and cheating that's going on."
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy says a suburb outside Seattle "is where most of our growth will end up being.'
Sen. Pat Toomey is asking President Biden's nominee to lead the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to hand over her thesis on Karl Marx.
Congressional Republicans have introduced legislation aimed at pushing back against Democrats' proposed IRS snooping
The FAA told FOX Business it “takes every safety allegation seriously” and is "reviewing the information" from an essay written by a group of 21 former and current Blue Origin employees
A video from Campus Reform shows students questioning President Joe Biden's spending plans after learning the numbers on America's national debt
Lawmakers grilled Facebook’s Global Head of Safety in hearings that aimed to understand how much the company knew of data that indicated the harmful effects of its products on teenaged users.
Starting Oct. 1, the USPS is implementing new service standards for its first-class mail and periodicals, which will increase the delivery time for mail traveling long distances by one or two days, according to USPS spokesperson Kim Frum.
The Biden administration reported Tuesday that more than 400,000 Americans received COVID-19 booster shots over the weekend, just at pharmacies alone.
Sen. Cynthia Lummis took Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to task on Tuesday of the Biden administration's proposal that every bank transaction of $600 or more be reported to the IRS.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Democrats are prepared to raise the debt ceiling on their own if they can do so with a simple majority.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told Congress that the Treasury would be unable to pay all of the government’s bills if lawmakers don’t raise the federal borrowing limit by Oct. 18.
The Federal Reserve announced Monday that Dallas Fed chief Robert Kaplan will soon retire, just hours after Boston Fed president Eric Rosengren said he would be retiring at the end of the month.
In its first Public Safety Alert in six years, the agency said that there is a "significant nationwide surge in counterfeit pills that are mass-produced by criminal drug networks in labs" and are "deceptively marketed as legitimate prescription pills" online, according to the agency.
Rep. Greg Murphy, R-N.C., on Thursday introduced a bill to track "fiscal responsibility" in Congress as Democrats work to pass President Biden’s $4 trillion economic agenda.
The letter from conservative groups seeks support for a slate of six antitrust bills that passed out of the House Judiciary Committee, taking aim at Big Tech.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy met with several lawmakers on Capitol Hill this week, according to a new report.
President Joe Biden is considering using the Defense Production Act to address the ongoing shortage of semiconductor chips in the U.S.