The new rules will make it easier for U.S. businesses to have a presence on Cuba.
60 percent of consumers are cutting back on foods that are high in added sugar.
Sarah Feinberg is the White House's pick to run the Federal Railroad Administration.
The number of Hispanic workers who died on the job declined by 3 percent in 2014.
The rules are aimed at protecting firefighters and the people they are trying to save during...
The FTC took action against other healthcare apps earlier this year.
"GM put its customers and the driving public at serious risk," an agency official said.
Lawmakers are pushing the railroad administration to delay a December deadline.
The Justice Department concluded the deal would not harm competition.
Senate Republicans began weeding through “layer upon layer upon layer” of federal rules Wednesday...
Current law requires most U.S. trains to be automated by December.
The bill would give federal workers six weeks of paid parental leave.
The proposed redesign focuses on the amount of information it conveys rather than usefulness.
The National Park Service is under pressure to reverse its decision to ban electronic cigarettes in...
The chain recently promised to procure antibiotic-free chicken.
The website aims to help consumers figure out what their monthly payments will be.
The decision Thursday is a victory of Apple over its largest manufacturing rival.
Lawmakers said the new FDA rule will help Americans make better food choices.
Find out what's in Friday's edition of the Federal Register today.
A planned $250 billion merger could trigger antitrust investigations across the globe.
Sen. Pat Roberts is still ironing out the details with Democrats.
Sen. Tom Udall's office says the bill, with 51 co-sponsors, is ready to go.
Find out what's in Thursday's edition of the Federal Register.
The maker of Budweiser is looking to take over the company that brews Miller.