The legislation allows Congress to set caps on agency rulemaking.
The bill would force the president to draft a separate budget request for regulations.
Pilgrim Pride is accused of discriminating against black and white female applicants.
Clinton's camp is pushing back on new criticism.
The Justice Department is accusing Kermit Washington of misusing charity money.
Thursday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new gun storage requirements for firearm...
President Obama has pledged to veto the legislation once it reaches his desk.
Bureau of Prisons staff errors led to extended stays for 152 inmates.
"Once we move past a certain point, there is no leverage to pull back," Marco Rubio said.
When the rules on privacy are ambiguous, neither corporations nor consumers will benefit.
The group, made up of companies and advocates, believes the offerings could violate net neutrality...
“We’d be able to judge the man better if he was able to respond to some of the questions people...
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher says he used a marijuana product to treat his arthritis.
Net neutrality and a set-top box proposal were targeted in the early bill.
John McCain said the USDA is duplicating FDA efforts and costing taxpayers millions.
Broadcasters have fought against regulations on joint sales agreements.
The report found that injury and illness rates are higher than all U.S. manufacturing.
The appropriations process may well be the only way to block the EPA's Waters of the US rule.
House Republicans supported a years-old bill that was retooled to fight the Zika virus.
Rep. Steve King called the guidance on transgender bathroom use an "egregious example."
The Bureau of Prisons held 152 inmates beyond their scheduled release date.
A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
Lobbyists, senators and aides can recall the moment when the debate changed.
The full House and Senate are expecting to vote on the legislation this week.