The GOP senator wants to slash taxes, red tape in areas with high unemployment.
The DOJ said the museum was in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission announced Friday that his agency won't hold its auction of airwave licenses until the middle of 2015.
The commission had originally planned for a 2014 auction of spectrum — the frequencies that carry wireless signals.
But in a blog post Friday, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wrote that it is critical the agency avoid any technical glitches.
The commuter railway is being required to submit a new safety plan by Dec. 31.
Federal agencies and advisory groups will announce their upcoming meetings on Monday.
Here’s what’s happening throughout the rest of the year and into the next:
Regulations affecting protected animals and lamps’ energy conservation are on the way.
Here’s what’s waiting for Monday’s edition of the Federal Register:
Wind farms may obtain permits allowing incidental eagle kills for as long as 30 years.
A deal would come in the face of opposition from some in Congress, who say the White House kept details of major trade talks too close to the vest.
This week's deadly crash in New York sparked new calls for the automated crash-aversion system.
The Vermont lawmaker took to the streets to push for the reform of a biofuel program.