The FDA says one teaspoon of caffeine is equivalent to drinking 28 cups of coffee.
The Charter Communications-Time Warner Cable deal comes with conditions.
The outcome of the case could change the way patents are challenged.
Tuesday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new life sciences requirements.
The issue of spectrum regulation receives surprisingly little mainstream attention.
A Carnival ship will make the first cruise to Cuba, on May 1.
The legislation would allow federal grants for police training programs.
The devices are often used to help people break bad habits.
The groups worry that a future president could dramatically expand current policies.
The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs has had 14 meetings on the rule.
Sen. Dick Durbin wants to know what airlines are doing to prevent discrimination.
The measure fell four votes short of the 60 it needed.
The FEC is accused of failing to investigate illegal campaign contributions.
“Kids should not use any type of tobacco product, including e-cigarettes,” CDC Director Tom Frieden...
Any plan "will not be completely satisfactory to all parties," the nation's top spy claimed.
Conservative states and industry groups just filed opening briefs.
The Labor Department finds itself back in GOP crosshairs on Capitol Hill.
The decision is the first time a case of its kind has been allowed to proceed.
Monday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new safety standards for bomb suits.
She said the court had an "inconsistent record" on gun issues in the past.
There were 7,904 complaints to the FCC in the second part of 2015, according to the WSJ.
The CIA changed a policy that denied benefits to those without a spouse or children.
Democrats are concerned about “gun riders” that have a better chance of approval because they are...
The White House has had 14 meetings on the rule since receiving it on March 14.