Sen. McCain wants to amend the Merchant Marine Act to allow foreign ships to carry goods between U....
More than 180 children were strangled to death by window curtains from 1996 to 2012.
Openly gay people can serve in the military, but a ban on transgender people still exists.
Friday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for investigating crimes on cruise...
Some of the Internet's biggest names are putting their support behind lawmakers.
The National Federation of Independent Business is demanding relief from Congress.
The White House will announce a major push to require paid leave for U.S. workers.
The rechargeable device is implanted in the abdomen and sends signals of fullness to the brain.
Justice Department is placing restrictions on prosecutors' ability to probe journalists.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte has big plans for the new Congress.
The proposal would make it unnecessary for the FCC to reclassify the Internet.
Regulations can have regressive effects, disproportionately harming low-income households.
The Coast Guard proposed Thursday new security protocols for cruise ships, such as training crew...
The action ensures federal employees get six weeks of paid parental leave.
Sen. Al Franken is lashing out against a GOP proposal to enforce rules governing Internet.
The rule would have redefined the definition of companionship services, extending overtime pay to...
The rules will take effect on Friday.
Lawmakers are narrowing their focus for a net neutrality bill.
Obama is calling for cities and towns to create their own broadband networks.
Proposed regulations would also clarify that children must be served water upon request.
Business groups are challenging a rule they say unfairly speeds up union elections.
Thursday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for organic foods, school and day...
The executive action is meant to add to the president's legacy on climate change.
Here are the five biggest developments since the Internet rules were struck down.