The Department of Education will recognize same-sex marriages for federal student aid programs, it announced on Friday.
A handful of environmental activists and state officials have met with Obama administration staffers in recent weeks over an effort to regulate minor ponds, streams and wetlands.
“Gainful employment” regs would hold schools accountable for the education they offer.
The Bloomberg poll showed only 42 percent of people knew what bitcoin is, but, after a brief explanation about the money system, 45 percent think that it needs better regulation.
A slew of federal advisory panels will announce their new meetings in Monday’s edition of the Federal Register.
Here’s what’s on the way:
Federal officials will publish a rule formally delaying the sign-up deadline for ObamaCare along with a host of other regulations on Monday.
Here’s a peek into the day’s Federal Register:
The Department of Transportation is shutting down 52 bus companies as part of a crackdown on safety that has been dubbed “Operation Quick Strike,” the agency announced.
The crack was carried out by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), which said it spent eight months investigating bus companies that were suspected of violating safety rules.
The Treasury Department is out with a new report calling for a expanded role in the regulation of the insurance industry, The New York Times reports.
The germs are resistant to antibiotics.
The commission voted along party lines to consider the proposal.