Safety group wants regulators to look into airbag issue.
Lawmakers have questioned if GM's behavior was in part a result of the $50 billion bailout.
Senators appeared less accepting of GM CEO's answers than House members.
Victims of car crashes that were related to a recalled part on several late model General Motors’...
Howard Shelanski says new OIRA rules will lead to billions of dollars in benefits.
A health organization is accusing the Obama administration of allowing "trade to trump food safety...
Attorney General Eric Holder said the resources will ease the transition from halfway houses.
Rep. Grace Meng (D-N.Y.) joined the growing chorus of criticism about a spike in refusals.
A group of private colleges blasted White House effort to tackle student loan debt.
Two Republican bills would impose new limits on the president's executive powers.
Is the government systematically denying Israeli visa applications?
A bipartisan group of senators has filed a bill to ban states from conducting motorcycle-only...
The chairman of the Senate committee that oversees transportation issues said Monday that oil...
The president is poised to announce executive actions designed to close the wage gap.
General Motors has hired Washington attorney Ken Feinberg to lead its response to widespread...
The recall came on the eve of a House hearing that is expected to be contentious.
Republicans have criticized GM and the NHTSA for allegedly taking too long to issue recalls.
The Senate committee that oversees transportation issues will hold a hearing on recalls that have...
An interagency panel says far too many people have access to top-secret information.
Sixty-eight House members have asked that new inspection rules be withdrawn.
The top U.S. diplomat told lawmakers he can "guarantee" applications are treated the same.
Earlier Obama announced a plan to expand those eligible for overtime pay.
The White House’s regulatory chief will appear before a Senate panel next week, as lawmakers take...
“We could solve a whole hell of a lot of crimes,” the vice president said Wednesday.