Processors are hoping to become a partner with the government, not targets themselves.
The group says Bloomberg's gun control efforts have not earned him a spot in heaven.
Plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit against General Motors for its handling of widespread recalls are adding the maker of airbags that were found to be defective to their list of defendants they are seeking compensation from.
The lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court of Northern California, alleges that Auburn Hills, Mich., based Continental Automotive Systems US Inc. was aware its airbags were not deploying properly in the GM cars that have been recalled.
GM is facing litigation for accidents involving recalled vehicles made between 2004 and 2010 that have been found to have a dangerous ignition switch flaw that caused cars to abruptly shut off or have their airbags disabled. The company is being accused of delaying issuing the recall, which has been linked to 13 deaths, until February of this year to avoid paying for repairs.
Top Republicans want to know how HHS administers the Low Income Energy Assistance Program.
The labor union said lax regulations and inspections could be putting more at risk.
The Environmental Protection Agency blamed the delay on its consultations with the Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service
Financial trade groups are pushing back against a growing call to bar banks from actually owning physical commodities.
Friday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for the maintenance of mechanical power presses, government-sponsored legal assistance, hunting and national parks.
The new $15 million program will help state and local governments expand solar energy use.
Sen. John Cornyn warned against an executive order requiring the technology.