The Obama administration has moved to ease restrictions on the island nation.
The Labor Department said Halliburton incorrectly categorized job titles.
The FCC's Internet rules are among the regs Bush would scrap as president.
The department is spending $500,000 to hold a youth and law enforcement roundtable.
Agencies must establish an implementation plan and training policy before buying cameras.
House-passed legislation would prevent states from issuing mandatory labeling laws.
A new report finds Hispanic workers in unions make more money, have better benefits.
Oral arguments in the net neutrality lawsuit are scheduled for December.
The FAA has approved more than 1,500 applications for drone flights.
Special interest groups hope the pontiff will help highlight their causes.
Eisenhower's family has criticized architect Frank Gehry's design.
The FAA is investigating an incident in California that involved a girl being struck by debris from...
The candidate says the pope can lend the “clearest voice in the world” to the issue.
The salmonella-positive peanuts killed nine people in the outbreak of 2009.
In contrast to Solyndra, LightSquared has been the victim of a politicized process.
Sanders will rally Tuesday with Capitol workers who are calling for a $15 minimum wage.
The administration released a report outlining recommendations for broadband deployment and...
Sen. John Hoeven is angling toward introducing a bill that would bar state labeling mandates.
Animal rights activists are pressing the government to crack down on "abusive" breeders.
The average American, however, is still 24 pounds heavier today than in 1960.
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new firearms guidelines for security guards at...
A potential merger between the world’s biggest brewers is sparking concerns in Congress.
It's a partial win for Dick Heller, who won a landmark Supreme Court case in 2008.
Rep. Scott Garrett's bill would open up meetings of the Financial Stability Oversight Council.