The FDA wants to speed up approvals for early-stage breast cancer treatments.
The leaders discussed the progress made since Dodd-Frank was signed into law.
Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) urged the Departments of Health and Human Services and Homeland...
The coal miners union says new anti-carbon regulations could cost 65,000 jobs.
A business group claims the EPA rules are too strict.
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for suspending or revoking firearms...
Sen. Bob Menendez expressed concern that counterfeit prom dresses from China are flooding the U.S....
The justices returned to the bench Monday, opening the court’s October term.
It's a necessary precaution to keep people in the U.S. safe, Sen. Lamar Alexander said.
The DOT will issue guidance to allow the Dallas hospital to dispose of Ebola waste.
Some steel manufacturers are coming under scrutiny from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Monday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for steel manufacturers, nuclear power...
The group framed the proposal as a way to increase competition with cable and wireless companies.
The agency has extended the comment period on the proposed water rule for a second time.
Republican members of the Senate Banking Committee called on Monday for the Justice Department to...
The FTC opened a probe into Herbalife’s business practices earlier this year.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has previously criticized the team's name as offensive.
The Supreme Court has declined to take up same-sex marriage appeals from five states.
Nutritional quackery refuses to die.
Move is praised by disability campaigners but condemned by other groups.
The insurance company MetLife Financial is appealing a decision by regulators to subject it to...
Rep. Henry Waxman wants the FCC to combine its legal powers for net neutrality rules.
Sen. Alexander critized guidance on how schools use funds, including on building renovations.
The U.S. won’t send officials to a health summit on tobacco in Moscow.