Head of Federal Railroad Administration said crashes erode the public's confidence.
The largest federal employee union's president said agencies should review policies.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) asked the public to weigh on potential changes to its standards on Tuesday, which could pave the way for new rules for companies that deal with chemicals.
The action comes in response to President Obama’s executive order issued in the wake of the April explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas. The order called for agencies to take several steps to beef up safety and security at chemical plants.
Nearly year after Newtown, Biden hails actions to reduce gun violence.
Privacy protections must be in place before Amazon delivers by drone, says Markey.
Congressional Democrats are pushing DOJ to track the effects of the controversial statutes.
The Obama administration is cracking on long-distance moving companies that officials say are scamming unsuspecting customers by holding their furniture hostage.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said on Tuesday that its Moving Fraud Task Force has shut down five moving companies this week.
Buses built in Nov. 2016 and on will have over-the-shoulder seat belts.
The agency is the first to issue its response to a 2012 directive from President Obama.
"People have been writing in gobbledygook for so long at these agencies,” Rep. Braley said.