The Vermont lawmaker took to the streets to push for the reform of a biofuel program.
The SEC is the only agency that will consider the matter privately.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) concluded that Sunday's Metro-North crash was "preventable."
A study identifies 27 rules that spent little or no time under White House review.
CFPB Director Richard Cordray defended the effort on Thursday and promised that the bureau would be “vigilant“ in enforcing the “back to basics” regulations for mortgage lenders and servicers.
A bipartisan pair of senators told Treasury Secretary Jack Lew Thursday that it was too soon to take a “victory lap” on ending “too big to fail.”
Legislation would allow schools to have more flexibility about what they feed their students.
Rule would give wind farms permits for eagles killed by turbine blades.
A handful of advisory panels will meet over the next few weeks and months to discuss energy conservation standards, shark fishing and facial recognition technology.
Here’s what’s on the way:
Regulations for infant carriers, electric motors and nuclear fuel are all on the agenda for Friday’s version of the Federal Register.
Here’s a peek: