Trade is popular with voters in swing states.
Democrats wasted no time in attacking the Republican plan.
Thursday’s referendum leaves Washington officials with little to do but wring their hands.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte did not say what the committee’s next steps would be.
The measure fell two votes short.
The internet rules recently survived a court challenge.
The House is expected to vote on the bill this week.
The legislation would create a "lost and found" for retirement accounts.
Democratic senators have given the bill a chilly reception.
Sen. Tom Cotton promised to defend U.S.-U.K. ties however Britain votes.
They hope to encourage young people to enroll rather than paying a penalty.
The Fed chair warned of “significant economic repercussions” if Britain votes to leave the EU.
Unknown hackers stole $81 million from the Bangladesh Bank account at the New York Fed.
The caucus said John Koskinen has violated the public trust.
Sales of existing homes surged in May to their fastest pace in nearly a decade.
Tom Donohue said Warren and allies want to run the economy from Washington.
"Medicare faces a substantial, long-term shortfall," Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says.
Former Rep. Barney Frank said Congress shouldn't pass the TPP after the November election.
Top Obama administration officials are making a push to pass the Asia-Pacific deal this year.
Steve King's amendment would block money from being spent to redesign bills or coins.
Richard Painter said the House shouldn't censure the IRS head.
Janet Yellen warned of “very severe” consequences from renegotiating U.S. payments.
Trump has “best chance of doing good trade policy,” Arthur Laffer said.
The Financial CHOICE Act could create a political brownfield for vulnerable GOP members.