The announcement comes one day after a Columbia University report excoriating the magazine.
The federal panel factored sustainability into its recommendations for the first time.
The agency has fined three companies more than $20 million in the past month.
Alan Gross had sought to sue the U.S. government over his arrest in Cuba.
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for the treatment of oil and gas...
The meat industry is furious with a panel that helps formulate dietary guidelines.
The feds filed a brief in support of an inmate seeking hormone therapy in prison.
The ACLU is hoping to ban what they say is punishment akin to torture.
The guidelines aim to better protect healthcare and social service workers from assault.
Sen. David Vitter is asking the AG nominee to weigh in on Clinton's email scandal.
The Environmental Protection Agency is restricting new products and uses of neonicotinoid...
Enlist Duo contains glyphosate, which health officials say "probably" causes cancer.
The agency said a 10-year timetable established by regulators is “excessively long.”
Gun owners would receive up to $2,000 in tax breaks for voluntarily turning in guns.
The rule has been cast as a massive land grab by Republicans and agricultural interests.
The federal rules would limit off-road vehicle speeds to 15 mph when seat belts are not used.
The attorney general nominee has seven GOP votes, enough for confirmation.
New GOP legislation is once again pitting the conservative gun lobby against the deep blue District.
Rep. Conyers asked Eric Holder to investigate the violent arrest of Floyd Dent in Michigan.
Shaking up the rules “could impair the success” of the current market, Amazon warned.
A look at Monday's Federal Register today.
A brief filed Thursday in the landmark case urges the justices to weigh free speech.
Sen. Mark Kirk’s support seemingly gives Loretta Lynch the votes for confirmation.
The challenge alleges the FAA’s rules don’t go far enough to protect privacy.