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Latest Jack Lew Items
The White House sent out a letter to the Senate Finance Committee late Tuesday, calling on Congress to consider a "new sense of economic patriotism" — code for a ban on big businesses moving headquarters overseas to save on taxes.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Tuesday defended the Obama administration's guidelines to banks conducting transactions with legal marijuana sellers as congressional Republicans questioned whether the guidance amounts to tacit federal approval of a drug illegal in most states.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew sent a stern warning to Russia over that nation's aggression into Ukraine: More sanctions are coming if you don't about face on the border occupation and tone down aggressions.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is heading to the hospital for surgery for an enlarged prostate, various media reported.
Republicans are retreating from Capitol Hill in mortal fear of being called nasty names, such as "obstructionist" and "partisan" and "naysayer," and the White House, which understands take-no-prisoner politics, is pressing the advantage. We're headed for more spending, and lots of it.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell E. Issa has subpoenaed Treasury Secretary Jack Lew for documents and communications related to the IRS tea party targeting scandal.
As President Obama nears the end of his fifth year in office, his toughest job is dreaming up new excuses for his administration's mounting failures.
Despite expressing confidence that the U.S. will avoid a default, one top credit rating agency has issued a quiet warning that the nation's AA+ rating will plunge suddenly to a shockingly low D if a political resolution does not come in time to prevent the Treasury from missing a debt payment in the next month.