WASHINGTON - The United States is not looking to ease sanctions on Iran "at the front end" of negotiations over the Iranian nuclear program, a senior White House official said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON - Concerns about U.S. spying have taken a significant toll on U.S.-Brazilian relations, but have not had a broad-based effect on U.S. foreign policy or the Obama administration's efforts to promote U.S. exports, a top White House adviser said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON - Republican Senator Ted Cruz, who has blocked President Barack Obama's nominee for chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, said on Thursday he hoped to meet with the nominee "soon" to discourage him from using FCC power to force sponsors of political ads to disclose their financial donors. | Video
WASHINGTON - The bitter budget fight in Congress that shuttered the U.S. government this month was a success for conservatives even though various polls indicate it damaged them politically, Republican Senator Ted Cruz said on Thursday. | Video
WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, a leading conservative voice, said on Thursday he has an "open mind" on President Barack Obama's selection of Janet Yellen to lead the Federal Reserve. | Video
WASHINGTON - The head of the top U.S. consumer financial watchdog said his agency is committed to going after individuals, not just companies, when it punishes wrongdoers, reflecting a broader effort among enforcement officials to ensure penalties have real bite.
WASHINGTON - As the Obama administration scrambles to fix a balky healthcare website that has frustrated millions of Americans, one of the nation's largest unions is trying to persuade hundreds of thousands of uninsured people to begin signing up for health coverage by phone and on paper.
WASHINGTON - A senior House of Representatives Democrat set down a firm marker on Tuesday for newly convened U.S. budget talks, saying his party would not agree to significant cuts in large social programs without increases in tax revenue. | Video
WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator John McCain expressed sympathy on Monday for Saudi Arabia's decision to reject a seat on the U.N. Security Council and said it was largely the result of Saudi frustration over the Obama administration's Syria policy.
WASHINGTON - The troubled launch of Democratic President Barack Obama's healthcare website could give Republicans a chance to regain some of the political ground they lost during the recent government shutdown, Republican Senator John McCain said on Monday.
WASHINGTON - A leading advocate of efforts to overhaul U.S. immigration law said Monday that the Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives is unlikely to act on the issue until at least early next year, which could complicate its chances of passing Congress.
|Euro Zone 2014||Feb 10 - 13||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Japan Investment 2014||Mar 17 - 19||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|ASEAN 2014||Mar 24 - 28||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Health Summit 2014||Apr 1 - 2||Health|
|Africa Investment 2014||Apr 7 - 11||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Financial Regulation 2014||Apr 28 - May 1||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Latin American Investment 2014||May 12 - 15||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Global Wealth Management 2014||Jun 16 - 18||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Aerospace and Defense 2014||Sep 8 - 11||Aerospace/Defense|
|Russia Investment 2014||Sep 22 - 24||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Eastern Europe Investment 2014||Sep 29 - Oct 1||Financial Services / Exchanges|
|China 2014||Oct 27 - 29||Financial Services / Exchanges|
|Global Investment Outlook 2014||Nov 17 - 20||Financial Services/Exchanges|