News Bites: Fertilizer plant violates terrorism regulations

The Texas fertilizer plant that exploded last week was storing more than 1,000 times the amount of the explosive ammonium nitrate that would put them under the watch of the Department of Homeland Security.

The Department of Health and Human Services created a working group to examine health information technology regulations and risks. 

What is the “public-safety exception” to the Miranda warning? The New Yorker explains.

Financial regulators reverse deposit insurance regulations for non-depository trusts. 

South African bank regulator urges the Obama administration to do more with regulating cross-border swaps. 

The director of a regional National Labor Relations Board says managers should stop being afraid of unions. 

California attempting to craft rules for driverless cars that don't send manufacturers off to other states.