"All the substantive arguments are being muted by his persona."
At SIFMA, Gregg will continue efforts to salvage the public image of the nation's largest banks in the wake of the financial
“Section 5, regrettably, continues to be very necessary,” Perez said. “Texas is one of a number of examples why its necessary
When Jim McCrery, a former Louisiana congressman, urged lawmakers last month to pursue entitlement cuts and tax reform, he
A major sticking point was whether to raise the country's debt ceiling -- which it will hit soon -- and what to do about
We are not delusional or naive enough to expect that getting to maybe will be an easy task. We recognize that over the past few years, compromise in Congress has become an oxymoron and bipartisanship a dirty word.
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Republic Report combed through the few disclosures that are out there to find out how much lawmakers make when they sell
In the days following Romney's victory in New Hampshire on Tuesday, he has made several media appearances, including an interview
Goldman announced Friday that it had named three-term Sen. Judd Gregg an international adviser to the bank. The New Hampshire