A shipping rule is preventing New Jersey from receiving 40,000 tons of emergency salt.
Thousands of federal workers will get their second snow day in less than a month.
The members want Obama to draw back marijuana penalties.
The attorney general urged states to strike down "felony disenfranchisement" laws.
The House Transportation Committee is scheduled Tuesday to mark up a bill that would ban cellphone calls during flights.
The bill is sponsored by the panel's chairman, Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.).
The measure gained momentum in the fall after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) moved to lift its decades-old ban on in-air cell phone use are ruling that the technology has improved enough to avoid interference with phone systems on the ground.
An official criticized the Obama administration's actions as trampling on states' rights.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is fining Amazon’s fulfillment center for allegedly violating its regulations for shipping hazardous materials, the agency announced on Friday.
The FAA is issuing a $78,000 fine to Amazon for failing to properly identify a package of gloss enamel paint that was shipped on a FedEx airplane in August 2013.
Larsen is praising a Texas-based oil company for announcing that it will replace its old crude oil rail cars this year.
Heitkamp touted a commitment from DOT to inspect freight rail tracks on Wednesday.
Lawmaker suggested government's anti-drug slogan should be, "Just Say Maybe."