Enforcement action against a cable operator reinforces concerns about its new authority.
The attorney general testified before the House Judiciary Committee for the first time.
The actions are part of nationwide sweep that began in November 2014.
Lawmakers said TSA excluding gun licenses was "discriminatory."
The Obama administration is seeking to crack down further on air pollution that cross state borders...
Rep. Steve Cohen is pressuring Attorney General Loretta Lynch to relax the nation’s drug laws.
The attorney general defended Obama's "significant and robust screening."
Some provisions were removed to win Democratic support.
Attorney general could face questions on topics from Hillary Clinton to Planned Parenthood.
The regulations date back to 1986 before genetically engeered crops were commercialized.
Tuesday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for farmers growing fruits and...
Republicans are teeing up new legislation to hit the National Labor Relations Board.
Majorities oppose proposed changes to rules for automakers and truckers.
The regulations represent the central pillars of Obama’s climate change initiative.
The legislation is coming under fire from consumer interest groups.
One workers was trampled to death at a store on Black Friday in 2008.
“That is not, as I am aware of, going to be contemplated," Loretta Lynch said.
“Your predecessor found himself the target of personal insults,” said Rep. John Conyers.
The store has reportedly agreed to sell vinyl flooring made without reprocessed plastic.
The Paris attacks, IRS targeting, and the FBI probe of Hillary Clinton's emails could be on the...
Wal-Mart and McDonald's are worried about the threat of antimicrobial resistance.
Some provisions were removed since a June committee vote.
The report calls for more training for prescribers and new federal guidelines.
The justices will decide whether race played an undue factor in Virginia's congressional map.