The House passed the Disclose Act Wednesday. The act addresses the Supreme Court ruling that struck down campaign finance spending limits on corporations. But some organizations, like the NRA, are exempt. The bill faces a tough fight in the Senate.
Many economists say deficit spending is crucial to keeping the economy moving. But history tells a different story.
Nikki Haley, with the help of Tea Party activists and Sarah Palin, overtook the old boy network to win the GOP runoff.
Kenneth Feinberg is President Obama's choice to run the $20 billion escrow fund for claims against BP in the Gulf oil spill disaster. Mr. Feinberg also ran the 9/11 victim compensation fund.
By taking bold actions during the financial crisis, the Fed ventured into fiscal policy. Now, Congress is pushing back.
The ouster of Bob Bennett, a conservative and influential Republican senator from Utah, speaks volumes about voter sentiment.
Financial reform debate centers around a key question: Will reform mean that the economy is better protected? Here is a look at pros and cons in the debate.