The California senator is pressing for "humane treatment" at short-term detention facilities.
The generations-old debate over capital punishment has shifted to Washington.
The payday lending industry says legitimate businesses are being targeted by the operation.
The panel was disbanded after the 9/11 attacks led the U.S. to focus its attention overseas.
The rules require a “prominent” label warning the beds aren't for people under 18.
Jeh Johnson says steps under consideration are "no substitute" for congressional action.
The EPA rule could cost 224,000 jobs a year through 2030, the business lobby warns.
Turley says many Democrats will rue the day they remained silent
Draft Education Department regulations fall short, the lawmakers charge.
The attorney general cited reports of young people in isolation for 23 hours a day.
The attorney general said the scandal is on the Justice Department's "radar screen."
The president said he and the nation still need help from Congress.
The agency is for the first time urging pregnant women to eat more seafood.
Obama ordered the action plan following last year’s deadly explosion in Texas.
The Labor secretary said he is using "every tool" to combat wage inequality.
Industry leaders say President Obama's emissions rule would be disastrous for the economy.
The Obama administration has taken "likely unconstitutional" steps, he said.
House Republicans face opposition in their bid to roll back standards.
The group said it's an "unprecedented" step backward for the EPA.
Hiring experts who have not smoked weed is "one of our challenges," the FBI director said.
The rule would put new restrictions on some financial advisers.
DHS claims it's made progress on security plan proposals, but much work remains to be done.
The firm, accused of overcharging sevicemembers for student loans, could lose fed contract.
The Texas Republican issued a report chronicling Obama's "abuse of power."