The company is asking a bankruptcy judge in San Francisco to declare it cannot be sued for accidents that happened before GM's restructuring in 2009.
Thursday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for coal miners who suffer from black lung disease, renewable energy development on the Outer Continental Shelf, railroad accident reporting requirements, and airplane takeoff and landing procedures.
The loan help will go toward projects that reduce or capture greenhouse gas emissions.
The former New York mayor is launching a $50 million operation to take on the NRA.
A petroleum lobby says the EPA has indicated it may flip-flop on its proposed levels for biofuels that must be blended into the nation's fuel supply.
Mass. will be required to allow sales of Zohydro, an FDA-approved painkiller.
The head of a medical lab charged with letting thieves steal patient data is refusing to back down from his fight against the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
A court’s decision this month to allow the FTC to pursue similar charges against the Wyndham hotel chain shouldn’t have much impact on LabMD’s campaign against the regulator, CEO Michael Daugherty said on Tuesday. He pledged to continue fighting the “bullies” at the agency to prevent them from regulating companies’ data security without explicit regulations.
The revisions will allow financial institutions five more years to comply with a provision of the Dodd-Frank Act.
A conservative group finds taxpayers also spent 2.6 billion hours preparing taxes.
The Brennan Center for Justice is proposing 15 additional administrative actions for Obama.