The FDA says it is aware of no specific threat of an attack.
The lawmakers are calling on the FTC to investigate firms' marketing practices.
Advocates are pressing for an executive order to ease the flow of humanitarian aid overseas.
Members are concerned after a little-noticed October hack revealed users’ names, passwords.
They argue the test to determine how many workers are on payroll can be confusing.
The Food and Drug Administration is preparing to implement the Drug Quality and Security Act.
Letting people keep their insurance means fewer healthy people would buy in exchanges.
The embattled agency has a major role in imposing and enforcing dozens of new regulations.
"We’re probably sitting somewhere between 60 or 70 percent [completed],” an official said.
Democrats say their GOP colleagues are giving ObamaCare docs to the press before lawmakers.
Members of the House want to prevent the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) from...
The delay is keeping new ingredients, which could help prevent skin cancer, from being used.
The latest change broadens exemptions from insurance mandate.
There is no evidence these soaps are more effective at killing germs, the FDA said.
The plan targets the use of antimicrobials to fatten chickens, pigs or other animals.
A study identifies 27 rules that spent little or no time under White House review.
The department released a new action plan to keep the bacteria out of the food supply.
In new regs, the administration signaled it is exploring ways to raise payments to insurers that...
23andMe never received FDA clearance to market its DNA test kits.
Insurance commissioners in roughly half the states have weighed in on the president's decision to...
Republicans said it was troubling that Henry Chao had not read the audit of problems.
Healthcare advocates are urging the White House to reject language they say would lock in high...
A top Food and Drug Administration official told House lawmakers that the administration was “very...
“It threatens the solvency of the system," said Jim Donelon.