Lawyers say Merrick Garland is fair and moderate on civil rights.
One American and three Canadians died as a result of the outbreak.
Monday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new fair housing requirements.
The investigation is related to a vote to provide internet subsidies to poor Americans.
The rules set first-ever limits on cigars and e-cigarettes.
Business groups are harshly criticizing new rules from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau...
The bald eagle population has grown, making deaths from wind plants more likely.
Friday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new protections for eagles.
The rule would keep companies from denying consumers the right to join class action lawsuits.
The agency wants to report beneficiaries with a mental health condition to the FBI.
Environmental groups are suing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to try to compel it to...
The American Action Forum says the rules have imposed nearly $7 billion in costs.
Tracing guns from manufacture to purchase helps law enforcement investigate crimes.
Cans of baked beans must display a new product description.
Ron Wyden has made “wholly erroneous” claims, the agency alleged.
Trump "appeals to the worst elements of our society," said the American Federation of Teachers...
The FDA claims it will be unable to review harmful products already on store shelves.
Netflix came under fire in March for limiting download speeds on mobile.
Uber was sued after sending customers text messages about a ballot initiative.
The administration released a long-awaited final version of a sweeping new rule.
Industry groups and nonprofits are pushing back against several aspects of the rule.
Forced arbitration clauses are in 53 percent of regular credit card contracts.
The findings of the Ten Thousand Commandments report are disputed by public interest groups.
"Garland is not a great choice, but he is not a terrible one, either," RedState says.