The president's 2015 budget request calls for a host of steps to "prevent mass casualties."
The Obama administration is continuing to push for heftier budgets for its top Wall Street watchdogs in its latest budget request.
The Obama administration on Tuesday said it would designate 764,207 acres as critical habitat in an effort to protect jaguars from extinction.
People could soon be able to send and receive text messages from 911, as the Federal Communications Commission looks to speed up the timeline for what it calls “Next Generation” emergency services.
Government scientists can expect new performance-based pay schedules under new rules from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Wednesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for text-to-911 emergency services, critical habitats for jaguars, and pay for government scientists.
Often at odds, the two men have found common ground on some criminal justice issues.
The Justice Department is looking to crack down on weapons trafficking by extending a program that allows agents to seize the property of criminal organizations after arrests are made.
It claims GOP-backed chemical bill would hurt minority groups.
The action would cut consumer costs, while slashing emissions, according to the agency.