Environmentally friendly groups say two-thirds to three-quarters of small businesses support the...
Delta had allowed shipments that complied with regulations concerning protected species.
A spokesman for United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon applauded President Obama’s climate...
The Senate Dem is responding to a July 19 crash that killed four Long Island women.
The National Association of Manufacturers and Chamber of Commerce are threatening lawsuits.
Nearly 3,000 comments have been submitted as of Monday morning.
Colleges will be prohibited from paying student athletes until a final court ruling.
Lawmakers feared their telephone townhalls might violate restrictions.
The agency will create new rules through a negotiated rulemaking process.
Monday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for bringing space articles back to...
The box on federal job applications asks whether a person has a criminal record.
The ruling is a defeat for business groups who challenged the regulations.
West Virginia's attorney general promised a challenge, but didn't name the states involved.
The bipartisan heads of the House Judiciary Committee are aiming for a sweeping overhaul.
Some of the funding will support DNA “fingerprinting” of bacteria.
Murray Energy Corp. said it expects to topple the backbone of President Obama's climate push.
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register contains an updated national strategy for responding to...
A Senate panel’s move to table four pieces of legislation is being hailed as a win for advocates.
Legislation unveiled Friday would ban imports of certain hunting trophies.
The federally funded grants are used to pursue higher education.
The Federal Reserve earlier this month rejected an application from The Fourth Corner Credit Union...
The NLRB should be allowed to expedite the process by which employees unionize, a federal court...
French regulators have demanded Google expand its current policy.
The Prohibition-era ban prohibits the USPS from shipping beer, wine and distilled spirits.