Oil and gas industry trade organizations are accusing the Environmental Protection Agency of ignoring a series of legal deadlines in their lawsuit against the agency's Renewable Fuel Standard.
Beekeepers are suing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over its approval of a chemical they say kills honey producers.
The pesticide sulfoxaflor is “highly toxic” to bees and other insects, the groups say, and could be contributing to broader declines of bee populations around the world.
School says contraception mandate impinges on religious beliefs.
Labor unions and liberal groups are pressing President Obama to select left-wing nominees.
“The disregard for safety cost two workers their lives, and this jury agreed that Craig Sanborn’s actions were criminal,” David Michaels, head of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), said in a statement after the sentencing.
Chief Justice Roberts’s court has generally set a high bar for limiting religious rights.
The court will hear the case this term, most likely in the spring.
All 45 Senate Republicans signed brief on a Supreme Court case regarding appointment powers.
The "nuclear option" clears the way for confirming Obama's three nominees.
The man behind a desktop magnet toy is launching a lawsuit against federal consumer safety regulators.
Craig Zucker, co-founder of the company that sold Buckyballs, is suing the Consumer Product Safety Commission for going beyond its authority and trying to hold him liable for a recall of the magnets, which could cause serious injuries in children.