Legislation would require federal studies to assess the cost to employers.
The move is designed to crack down on unscrupulous and unqualified tax preparers.
Legislation would establish a BRAC-like commission to target out-of-date regs.
Draft Education Department regulations fall short, the lawmakers charge.
DHS claims it's made progress on security plan proposals, but much work remains to be done.
Wednesday’s installment of the Federal Register will contain 189 new regulations, proposed rules...
Holders of new business travel cards can bypass lines at certain foreign airports.
Federal agencies are set to issue 187 new regulations, proposed rules and other administrative...
The lawmakers join a growing chorus of GOP criticism to the "Waters of the U.S." rule.
The Iowa Republican slammed proposed rules, questioning the Obama administration's authority.
Sen. Boxer is pointing to figures showing one in five female college students is assaulted.
On the docket: college football unions, legalized marijuana and the EPA's contentious water rule.
The group said it's an "unprecedented" step backward for the EPA.
Regulators are targeting baggage fees, smaller carriers and ticket services like Kayak.
The oil industry blasted the proposal as expensive and unnecessary.
The rule would put new restrictions on some financial advisers.
Agencies are poised to announce 199 new regulations, proposed rules and other administrative...
The NFIB's index reached a post-recession high, but Washington is still a concern.
The DOT is cracking down on firms who coerce drivers to skirt safety rules.
The agency has not committed to mandatory reporting regulations.
The rule would be small consolation for proponents of a minimum wage increase for all American...
Draft rules would allow spouses of skilled foreign workers to seek jobs.
The Senate is weighing Burwell's nomination to become secretary of Health and Human Services.
The House members describe the push to expand the agency's reach as a blatant power grab.