“Even in New York City, half a billion dollars is still a lot to wipe out."
The Transportation Department may require airlines to refund passengers for delayed bags.
The program is a way to entice college students to become teachers.
The GOP senator is sparking quick backlash from Democrats.
The justice called the allegation "preposterous" in a statement.
A survey also found 40 percent of young e-cig users never smoked before.
Financial institutions are required to make mortgage loan data public.
Tobacco manufacturers will be required to list the ingredients in all of their products by 2017.
“We are this much closer to making a breakthrough," Andrew Cuomo said.
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Thomas said the court has to earn the public's trust.
The EPA is outlining its plans to overhaul its regulation on lead contamination in drinking water.
The rule bans colleges participating in federal loan programs from using forced arbitration.
It's the country's first U.S. lobbying firm in more than three years.
Monday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for teachers.
Obama has commuted more sentences than the last 11 presidents combined.
Environmentalists want states to comply by using renewable energy sources and increasing efficiency.
The automotive industry’s interest in driverless cars is increasing.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set out a five-year plan Thursday to guide how it will...
Maggie Hassan's campaign says Ayotte is "secretly sending mail pieces saying Trump needs Ayotte in...
Friday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for tobacco manufacturers.
The House Oversight Committee calls the EPA's rulemaking process "deeply flawed."
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have opposed the merger.
The military lifted a ban on openly transgender service members in June.