Industry groups have assailed the country-of-origin-labeling (COOL) rules.
Community banks say costs of filing quarterly reports have spiked in recent years.
Industry spending has eclipsed $800 million, according to Americans For Financial Reform.
Issa is probing Justice's decision to settle with two of the nation's biggest banks.
Targiniq ER is the second oxycodone drug to be approved as an abuse deterren.
Longtime CFTC Commissioner Scott O’Malia is headed to a derivatives association.
The agency wants to make complaints against financial firms available publicly.
A subsidiary was found advocating for audit clients on Capitol Hill, the SEC alleges.
The action is part of President Obama's climate initiative.
“You’re what’s wrong with this country,” Sen. Rockefeller told industry officials.
But the Labor Department says the expense will be outweighed by economic benefits.
The ruling clears the way for lawsuits involving claims of false advertising.
Rep. Mike Kelly briefly compared regulators to terrorists at the Heritage Foundation.
The New York Times is calling for legal mariijuana nationwide.
The agency is proposing closed captioning and audio description requirements.
The former House Financial Services Committee chairman returned to defend his signature law.
CFTC Commissioner Scott O'Malia is leaving the agency for a derivatives industry association.
Sixty-four percent of voters, including those with stocks, believe the stock market is rigged for...
The dust-up follows a court ruling against the agency's first run at education standards.
The Obama administration is loosening the restrictions on longevity annuities.
The National Football League is once again on a crash course with Congress.
The measure would create a new commission tasked with slashing red tape.
A rule expanding the sphere of eligible workers would not be finalized until 2015, at the earliest.
“It will dramatically expand the reach of the federal government,” Rep. Bill Shuster warned.