Sixty-eight House members have asked that new inspection rules be withdrawn.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.
The president's 2015 budget request calls for a host of steps to "prevent mass casualties."
The Federal Trade Commission received more complaints about identity theft than any other issue in...
The bill would mandate further analyses before rule-making.
The group says the Obama administration has "sold out" with its support for gay marriage.
The Federal Aviation Administration is requiring helicopters to be equipped with radio altitude...
A shipping rule is preventing New Jersey from receiving 40,000 tons of emergency salt.
The members want Obama to draw back marijuana penalties.
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...
His budget contains hundreds of millions of dollars to further regulatory initiatives.
Often at odds, the two men have found common ground on some criminal justice issues.
Michelle Obama will announce proposals Thursday to encourage healthier diets.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) has fined Asiana Airlines $500,000 for failing to properly...
The former chief of staff said he supports one of Obama's recent moves "1,000 percent."
Heitkamp wants more inspections of freight rail tracks in North Dakota after a high-profile train...
Thousands of federal workers will get their second snow day in less than a month.
The attorney general urged states to strike down "felony disenfranchisement" laws.