New moves signal a sharp left turn from President Obama on economic issues.
The Girl Scouts of Western Washington turned down the contribution from an unnamed donor.
Churches and religious universities could lose their tax exempt status, experts say.
The EPA regulations are among the most contentious put forth by the agency.
The administration scaled back changes to the requirements for being recognized as a tribe.
Despite what some are saying, fallout from the Supreme Court decision will likely be minimal.
Teachers in California say union shops in public workplaces violate the First Amendment.
The long-awaited regs would expand the ranks of those eligible for overtime.
EPA critics see Monday's ruling as validation of their arguments.
The regulation aims to increase transparency in the process.
The court said the EPA did not properly consider the costs of the regulation.
In a 5-4 decision, the court ruled that states may use midazolam in executions.
Arizona voters claim partisanship motivated how congressional districts were drawn.
Attorneys general across the country are vowing to protect religious freedom.
The FDA's proposed rule would increase restrictions.
The agency is also considering child-proof packaging requirements for the substance used in e-...
The company said U.S. airlines arguments about "patently false."
Wednesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for liquid nicotine used in...
President Obama announced the proposal Tuesday.
The agency said fresh beef can be safely imported to the U.S.
Inside Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register.
Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi sued the Obama administration Monday.
The challenge centers on racial preferences in the University of Texas's admissions process.
Sen. Bob Casey is pushing airlines to allow parents to choose seats near their children for free.