Study: 15 to 17-year-olds would be less likely to smoke if legal age was 19, 21 or 25.
Monday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for certain chemical substances, audits...
Mignon Clyburn, however, stood behind the FCC's newly adopted net neutrality rules.
Comcast is firing back at an anti-merger coalition.
Guidance details how manufacturers should write instructions for the device.
The agency should move with "existing authority" to bar armor-piercing bullets, thet say.
Drug dealers are lacing gummy bears with Xanax and candy bracelets with ecstasy.
The IRS lost $5.8 billion in fraudulent refund claims in 2013.
One phone scammer was able to get $500,000 from one taxpayer.
A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
When rules stick around, agencies may choose the easy route and recycle them.
HHS was asked to finalize the deeming regs before the FDA commissioner steps down.
Palcohol can be mixed with water and sprinkled on food.
Democrats want the ATF to revive a proposal to ban certain armor-piercing bullets.
The North American Meat Institute wants meat included in 2015 dietary guidelines.
The groups say three foreign airlines have received more than $42 billion in subsides since 2004.
Rep. Eliot Engel said there is "no compelling argument" for "cop-killing ammunition."
The bill would require the EPA to quickly consider banning asbestos.
Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) is “deeply concerned” about new Fed rules on the insurance industry.
Officials said “an overemphasis of on-time performance" led to Metro-North crashes.
The comedy website Funny or Die is launching an online campaign with control group activists.
The agency has released the full text of its controversial net neutrality order.
Environmentalists want Obama to veto efforts to reform the nation's chemical laws.
The White House’s remarks follow an ATF decision to drop a proposed ban on certain bullets.