News bites: Federal employees ordered back to work

“If a cop follows you for 500 miles (800 kilometers), you’re going to get a ticket,” Buffett said, according to Bloomberg’s Noah Buhayar

A congressional study found that regulation of U.S. nuclear power plants varies by region, FOX News reports.

The Obama administration’s historic overhaul of federal export controls is sparking debate over national security, according to RegWatch.

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Lawmakers inserted an extra $1 million for the Mine Safety and Health Administration into legislation needed to restart the federal government.

The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau issued a report outlining concerns over student loans.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture maintained the shutdown did not hinder the agency’s response to a salmonella outbreak on over a dozen states.

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission rounded up a “posse” to bring in a $100 million settlement in the so-called “London Whale" trading debacle.

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