Rep. Mike Kelly briefly compared regulators to terrorists at the Heritage Foundation.
The former House Financial Services Committee chairman returned to defend his signature law.
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy will testify before the Senate Environment and Public Works...
The agency is pulling its final rule, but intends push forward via a more deliberative process.
House appropriators approved legislation that would block a host of EPA regulations.
The Indiana governor wants lawmakers to block new power plant rules.
Wednesday’s edition of the Federal Register includes 204 new regulations, proposed rules, notices...
Tomorrow's edition of the Federal Register will include 198 new regulations, proposed rules,...
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.
Ford is reducing the miles per gallon it is advertising for six automobile models.
The agency is proposing closed captioning and audio description requirements.
The Obama administration is weighing controversial changes to poultry inspections.
The agency wants to make complaints against financial firms available publicly.
The dust-up follows a court ruling against the agency's first run at education standards.
Wednesday's Federal Register will contain 177 new regulations, proposed rules, notices and other...
The Interior Department spending bill would block funding for a rule to restrict imports and trade.
Several labor unions and public interest groups met with leaders at the SEC.
The Obama administration is loosening the restrictions on longevity annuities.
Sen. Barbara Boxer said she is "alarmed" that new regulations don't cover cargo pilots.
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.