Hoeven asks for ‘flexibility,' announces plans for bill to roll back rules on grains, salt.
Sen. John Hoeven (R-N.D.) plans to introduce a bill to relax the rules.
The agency approved a suite of new "climate-friendly" refrigerants.
The Department of Transportation is moving to boost the safety of railroad crossing intersections...
The Protecting Second Amendment Rights Act would roll back the ATF’s authority.
The inquiry comes as part of the FCC's review of the company's $45 billion merger deal.
New regulations are meant as a “symbol of our national pride."
The four bills unveiled Friday focus on interior enforcement.
The agency said it's trying to better protect police from armor-piercing ammunition.
Activists pushed hard for the rules, which drew 4 million comments to the FCC.
The American Cleaning Institute said manufacturers have already changed product packaging.
The bipartisan measure, which has been dubbed the Motor Vehicle Safety Whistleblower Act, was filed...
The Department of Education is severing ties with five student debt collectors accused of...
A majority of young Republican voters support marijuana legalization, according to a study.
A debate is raging about what the new rules mean for the $45 billion deal.
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for systemically important banks,...
The rule prohibits schools from selling reimbursable food items a la carte.
The approval of net neutrality regulations is just the beginning of a fight.
Wayne LaPierre's call for action drew an ovation from conservatives at CPAC.
The Democratic senator said reform is needed despite report of declining numbers.
Monday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for child carriers that parents wear...
The agency's two GOP commissioners say they were shout out of the net neutrality debate.
A group of 21 House Republicans wants to fight the rules with a disapproval resolution.
Obama sent a thank-you note to the millions of people who urged the FCC to write tough rules.