The two men allegedly conspired to bring five kilograms of cocaine into the U.S.
The smoking ban would apply to lit cigarettes, cigars and pipes inside public housing units.
The Growing Warriors Project employs disabled veterans who make flags from hemp.
The program to move applications online is years past due and over budget.
The company argues some airlines are withholding price and flight information from third-party...
"I think we need to repeal every rule that Barack Obama has in terms of work in progress."
Trucking groups are pushing Congress to increase a current limit of two 28-foot trailers on trucks.
Sanders reiterated calls for a $15 minimum wage for cafeteria workers.
Tyson Foods argued not all employees were entitled to overtime pay.
Some warned that a negative ruling could be used to revive the failed Stop Online Piracy Act.
The NHTSA is recommending seat belts for schools for the first time.
The case could set new limits on class action cases.
Friday's edition of the Federal Register contains new protections for nuclear power plants.
On Veterans Day, lawmakers unveiled a plan to fix up abandoned properties for homeless veterans.
The industry argues vapor products are safer than traditional cigarettes.
The world's two largest brewers announced plans to address antitrust concerns.
We need to let food companies experiment and innovate without being tied down by regulations.
The appeals court delayed a judge’s order to halt the agency's controversial data collection.
Chuck Rosenberg last week called medical marijuana a "joke."
The Republicans argue the rules have "short-circuited" the policy debate.
The Food and Drug Administration will allow sales of new smokeless tobacco products.
The Justice Department is looking to block an expansion by United Airlines that it argues would...
Find out what's in Wednesday's edition of the Federal Register.
Tonight's debate is a chance for GOP candidates to address regulatory reform.