A top agency official will signal wiggle room in the contentious regulation
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.
The agency is for the first time urging pregnant women to eat more seafood.
Obama ordered the action plan following last year’s deadly explosion in Texas.
The report comes as manufacturers balk at the draft regulations for power plants.
The FAA is considering allowing a handful of filmmakers to fly non-military drones.
A study says billions in annual compliance costs are driving up car prices.
The EPA rule could cost 224,000 jobs a year through 2030, the business lobby warns.
Officials warn a new survey highlights the growing peril of climate change.
Sabra wants the FDA to ban sham brands of the Middle Eastern spread.
Legislation would require federal studies to assess the cost to employers.
But the Labor Department says the expense will be outweighed by economic benefits.
Ford is reducing the miles per gallon it is advertising for six automobile models.
A group of Democratic senators called Tuesday for the Department of Transportation to end an "...
AeroVironment will use unmanned aircraft to survey oil pipelines for BP.
The Labor secretary said he is using "every tool" to combat wage inequality.
Industry leaders say President Obama's emissions rule would be disastrous for the economy.
Dems say the rule is too weak; Chamber of Commerce says it's overzealous.
The rules require a “prominent” label warning the beds aren't for people under 18.
A federal court tossed out the first draft, saying the SEC went too far.
Once again, the administration is releasing its Unified Agenda on cusp of a holiday weekend.
Republicans say the proposal was developed without analysis of its small-business impact.
The group said it's an "unprecedented" step backward for the EPA.