Representatives of the arts, education, health care and social services in New Hampshire asked state senators on Thursday to restore funding cut in a $10.2 billion spending plan approved by the House. Full story
The public will get its chance this week to tell the Senate what it thinks of the $10.2 billion spending plan the New Hampshire House approved. Full story
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner delivers his opening remarks on US-China relations to the Senate Finance Committee.
Elizabeth Warren, head of the Congressional Oversight Panel, testifies before a Senate Finance Committee hearing to examine the Troubled Asset Relief Program on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, July 21, 2010.