The administration opposes a plan for "energy corridors" on federal lands in the east.
The call to action follows a New York Times report of unsafe working conditions.
The White House released the regulatory roadmap Thursday night.
Several major rule releases are planned, the administration's regulatory agenda shows.
The government spent money on about 1.5 million devices in 2012.
The rules aim to ensure blind people have access to emergency alerts aired on TV.
Lawmakers said DOD needs to update its equal opportunity policies to include sexual orientation.
Lawmakers say mothers and children are suffering inhumane living conditions.
Friday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for electronically monitoring criminals...
Dozens of investor groups want to require corporations to disclose political spending.
The opposition is a significant blow for the sweeping regulatory reform proposal.
The warning was made in a description of its investigation procedures.
The Justice Department on Friday released guidelines that would explicitly bar the agency from...
Environmental groups have long demanded the change.
A look at Monday's edition of the Federal Register today.
The administration is notorious for issuing the agenda ahead of a holiday weekend.
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A 2011 directive prohibits VA doctors from consulting patients about medical pot.
Tom Wheeler said the commission already has a lot on its plate.
The program helps those who are both deaf and blind use smartphones and laptops.
Companies should not be punished for actions in good faith that did not cause consumer harm.
Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine promised major reforms Wednesday after recent security lapses that...
A new survey shows 88 percent of Americans favor gentically modified food labeling.
"We're now providing additional training for what to do when you have to go to the bathroom."