Roberts argues decision "had nothing to do" with Constitution.
It was a big day for the justices -- but they aren't finished yet.
Charter listed a series of terms it will abide by if its merger with Time Warner Cable goes through.
The measure would require greater tracking of ports.
Rep. Joe Barton said poker is a game of "strategy and skill."
21 senators are siding with U.S. airlines in a fight over Open Skies agreements.
Friday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for truck drivers carrying fireworks...
The rule was originally set to take effect Aug. 1.
The measure would effectively delay the EPA's climate rule for power plants.
Going forward, detention of families “will be short-term in most cases.”
Gun rights activists are challenging whether Americans living abroad can purchase firearms.
The agency is asking the public to weigh in on what other information should be reported.
Wheeler said the FCC is concentrating on expanding an online database for ad buys.
Defying industry, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau published 7,700 complaints.
The nation's capital would be renamed "New Columbia" and be the 51st state under the bill.
What it would mean if the Supreme Court ruling on Obergefell v. Hodges comes Friday.
The high court upheld a tool used to prove discrimination in housing cases.
The 5-4 ruling says discrimination cases can be based on disparate-impact claims.
The proposal is supported by GOP mega-donor Sheldon Adelson.
The bill allows states to opt out of compliance.
House appropriators advanced the $153 billion bill after a nearly seven-hour markup.
Given the growing prevalence of sesame allergies, the senators said mandatory labeling is needed.
Lawmakers question whether enough has been done to help rail companies hit the deadline.
Republicans blocked a move to reverse a ban on funds for CDC to research gun violence.