The Labor Department found companies mislabeled payments as reimbursements.
The 5-4 ruling is a victory for privacy advocates.
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new health standards for immigrants, safety...
Marijuana advocates say congressional Republicans are sending “mixed messages” on the issue.
Lawmakers will look at progress toward implementing Positive Train Control.
The FDA would be prohibited from forcing products already on the market through an application...
Proposed rules aim to cut emissions from heavy-duty trucks and buses by 1 billion metric tons.
Monday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for government-subsidized phone service...
"Congress is becoming complicit" in tragedies, Sen. Richard Blumenthal argues.
The New York City event is meant to discourage ivory traffickers.
The Department of Transporation rules now only apply to pilots of passenger planes.
The actress met with more than half a dozen lawmakers, including Harry Reid.
The massacre at a predominantly black church in Charleston has reignited the controversy.
The justices say USDA should pay for taking raisins to stabilize the market.
The idea would limit federal agencies' rule-making abilities.
"We must tackle this challenge with urgency and conviction," she said.
The debate over the flag has been reignited by the mass shooting in South Carolina.
Feinstein's bill would require that drones be equipped with collision-avoidance software.
The home improvement store is accused of violating hazardous materials regulations.
The rules will apply to new 18-wheelers and intercity buses.
The court has yet to issue decisions on Obamacare, same-sex marriage and lethal injection.
Progressives including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) are pressing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D)...
Sen. Richard Blumenthal called for the Department of Justice to review ticket pricing.
"Stop it, and stop it today," FCC chief Tom Wheeler said of unwanted robocalls.