A look at Friday's Federal Register today.
The rules aim to protect people from foodborne illnesses.
The rule would also subject cigars to new restrictions.
Ninety-six Democrats signed onto a letter seeking major changes in the rule.
Pressure is mounting on the administration to complete its regulatory agenda.
A look at five key regulations that Republicans are trying to unravel.
Electronic cigarette use among middle and high school students has tripled, the CDC said.
The Obama administration is pulling back a plan to ban a form of armor-piercing ammunition.
The House on Wednesday passed legislation to require federal agencies to report the full economic...
It’s been the year of the “pen and phone” for President Obama.Obama in January declared his intent...
Highlights from Friday's Federal Register.
The forthcoming ObamaCare regulation will require nutritional information on menus.
A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
The industry argues vapor products are safer than traditional cigarettes.
Dozens of children have been injured from chair accidents.
An official said hundreds of thousands of students will benefit from the changes.
Environmental Protection Agency proposed new rules to limit emissions of the potent natural gas.
The provision would give restaurants, grocery stores and retail establishments more time.
Critics warn that the regulations would curtail access to retirement advice.
The “fiduciary standards” are championed by President Obama and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Obama administration officials are rushing to finalize as many rules as possible.
Also in the works: a new habitat for the yellow-billed cuckoo bird.
Highlights from Wednesday’s edition of the Federal Register
States receiving federal funding would face new requirements.