A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
Democrats say paid sick leave, nearly universal among industrial countries, is a no-brainer.
Republicans said the bill would put pressure on agencies to avoid unnecessary delays.
"There are very good reasons for the commission to take a step back," one commissioner said.
Congress is embarking on a new fight over the Internet.
The strongest objection to Title II regulation concerns the First Amendment.
“When what you’re doing doesn’t work for 50 years, it’s time to try something new,” he said.
He sidestepped several hot-button issues, including the Keystone pipeline and gun control.
The White House is threatening to veto a House bill that would set time limits on federal reviews...
The three companies sold gasoline and diesel fuel that did not conform to federal standards.
A new food safety bill introduced Tuesday in the Senate would tighten restrictions on foreign...
The company has been trying to keep generic forms of its sclerosis drug off the market.
Job Creators Network is running a TV ad in its petition to keep franchisees separate from...
Small business groups are pushing back at Obama's tax plans.
Lawmakers who represent districts in the metropolitan Washington area on Wednesday are planning to...
The CFPB is giving creditors more leeway in notifying clients of revised construction loan...
Here's a look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
Obama also called gay marriage a civil right.
“It’s the right thing to do," he told members of Congress.
The White House has threatened to veto the Natural Gas Pipeline Reform Act.
ESPN and Viacom were fined.
Amazon says the current draft places too many limits on the FCC's authority.
Ambulance driver training around the country varies.
Wednesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new emissions standards for garbage disposal...