Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for hydraulic fracturing activities on...
The telecom industry is turning to K Street in an effort to override FCC rules.
CPSC has extended the public comment period on its blind-cord rules.
Senate Republicans are getting behind an effort to block employees from forming multiple unions...
Todd Jones was the first ATF director to be confirmed by the Senate.
GMO foods have drawn criticism from food safety groups.
Monday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for the food provided at child care...
Obama is threatening a veto, but Republicans vow to challenge more rules.
Travel groups are at odds with airlines over international flight competition.
Nicotine is being sold to kids in gummy bear and candy flavors, Rep. Speier said.
Advocates are organizing petitions, drawing up letters and hitting the phones.
Despite Republican criticism, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said Thursday that he stands behind his “...
Two NLRB officials are heading before Congress to defend the administration's labor policies.
Rep. Steve Israel is looking to Todd Jones's successor to revisit the proposal.
The FAA has included hobby vehicles in its interpretation of a federal statute.
"I find her to be an extraordinary appointment," the former New York mayor said.
The Obama administration is setting new standards for the controversial drilling process.
Car seats made by Graco were found to have faulty buckles.
The FAA issued an experimental pass to the company Thursday.
IRS commissioner said new anti-fraud systems need to be ready this summer.
Rep. Kristi Noem's bill would relax standards supported by first lady Michelle Obama.
The White House has promised Obama will veto the resolution.
Because federal agency rule-making is a slow process, lawmakers are calling on industry.
Consumers will be able to share their gripes with financial institutions publicly on a government...