The bill was changed to reflect demands from Democrats.
The report found 4,821 employees were killed on the job in 2014.
But Democrats are concerned about so-called union busters that operate in the shadows.
The judge did not determine the estimated damages.
Thursday’s edition of the Federal Register contains guidelines for inspecting crabmeat for E. coli.
The Clean Energy Incentive Program is designed as the carrot to the Clean Power Plan’s stick.
Durbin says the reform bill has 60 votes.
Ex-Gov. Bob McDonnell was convicted on corruption charges.
Swallowing one teaspoon of pure caffeine is as powerful as drinking 28 cups of coffee.
The NFL team is tying its case to a similar case involving a band called "The Slants."
If the government had issued no new regs since 1980, the economy would be 25 percent larger, it...
Wednesday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new inspection requirements for buses.
The rule would require financial advisers to act in the best interest of their clients.
The courtroom gasped, but Justice Ginsburg took the name change in stride.
The justices appeared reluctant to uphold the former governor's conviction.
A rule on new sites is coming "soon" but not one for existing drilling operations.
The photo service is accusing the search giant of promoting piracy.
The federal Bureau of Prisons announced new policies Tuesday aimed at helping inmates visit with...
The Environmental Protection Agency is considering changes to the regional haze program.
But Republicans appear unswayed about his nomination.
The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing stronger air pollution rules at national parks.
The court said it assumed a demotion was an example of retaliation.
"We’ve given the terror-sponsoring Iranian regime enough concessions," Sen. Tom Cotton said.
Retailers are reigniting a multibillion-dollar lobbying battle with big banks.