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Catherine Hollander covers economics as a correspondent for National Journal. Previously, she covered domestic policy and the economy as a staff writer at National Journal. Hollander graduated from Yale University. She is from Suttons Bay, Michigan.
As the Hill debates its emergency benefits policy, millions struggle to find work.
As time is running out fast, lawmakers face unresolved work on a budget, a defense policy bill, and legislation to renew food stamps and farm programs.
Maybe, says Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew.
With the filibuster out of the way, the president has a chance to reshape the most powerful central bank in the world.
The West Virginian had given little indication he would oppose the Fed nominee.
The Senate Banking Committee voted 14-8 in favor of her nomination to become the next chair of the Federal Reserve on Thursday.
On Thursday, members of the Senate Banking Committee will vote on Janet Yellen's nomination to be the next chair of the Federal Reserve. Yellen has publicly articulated her views for years—state...