Monday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for the energy conservation of commercial ice makers, drug and alcohol testing for foreign aircraft workers, and expanded access to loans for small businesses.
The top U.S. diplomat told lawmakers he can "guarantee" applications are treated the same.
White House seeks to pull funding from for-profit colleges with high loan payments.
In Cantor's second report on the matter, he cited ways Obama has worked around Congress.
Republicans met behind closed doors with the NLRB to discuss the controversial rule.
The EPA lifted its suspension on the oil giant from receiving federal contracts Thursday.
Former Olympic goalkeeper Briana Scurry, who suffered a career-ending head injury in 2010, criticized sports officials for failing to protect athletes in all sports during a congressional hearing Thursday.
With much of the focus on improving safety in sports like football and hockey, considered more violent sports, the U.S. women's national soccer team star told lawmakers that soccer officials are lagging behind when it comes to preventing brain injuries in players.
“Officials need to take their heads out of the sand a little bit and know this is affecting our sport, too,” Scurry testified during an Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing.
The senator doesn't want oil refined in the Gulf of Mexico going overseas.
The voluntary industry action comes ahead of anticipated federal regulations.
Twenty-five senators expressed “deep disappointment” with the union rule under the law.