The high court on Tuesday will hear challenges to the contentious “birth control mandate.”
The lawsuit accuses the agency of violating federal law by failing to respond to a 2011 petition.
Business groups argue the rule is unnecessary and could take a toll on the economy.
The sweeping update has been fraught with delays.
The decision strikes down a key Obama administration program to battle return fraud.
A top Democrat is urging the Obama administration to press forward with a rule requiring that meat producers label their products with information about where it came from.
Mark Herring views the state's 2006 prohibition on same-sex unions as unconstitutional, and will not defend it.
At issue is the notion of limited liability for business owner of the banned toy.
A federal court’s decision to strike down the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality order will not change users’ experiences online, Verizon said Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the agency’s net neutrality rules, saying that it overstepped its regulatory authority by treating Internet providers like telephone companies after classifying the two types of companies differently.
Kevin Bogardus and Ben Goad 01/12/14 12:00 PM EST