Joseph Arpaio was challenging the president's executive actions on immigration.
Taxpayers currently cover the environmental costs of coal production on federal lands.
The agency has shown an overt hostility to automotive franchise laws.
They differ on whether the agency should be abolished, but all want change.
McDonnell and his wife were convicted on federal corruption charges.
Automakers and regulators have been under fire for a series of recalls.
Officials are holding off on new leases while they account for climate change effects.
Tuesday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new disclosure requirements for emerging...
Twenty-six GOP-led states sued to stop Obama’s 2014 executive action.
The NTSB included the technology in its 2016 "Most Wanted" list.
Cruz now says the NSA leaker should be tried for treason after praising him in 2013.
The American Beverage Institute said the proposed lower alcohol limit is "ridiculous."
Wednesday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new protections for tropical fish.
Many of the actions can be easily reversed by a Republican president — but not all.
Where he decides to take unilateral action is anyone’s guess.
Gun manufacturers and dealers are currently shielded from lawsuits.
DOT officials want to ditch a safety rating system that has been in place since 1982.
An appeals court sided with the FDA in a battle over regulating methonol cigarettes.
The USDA is proposing new food regulations.
A company-wide meeting is Chipotle's most extreme action to date since its first outbreak last fall.
The business lobby is pledging to stop Obama's “regulatory tear” through the court system.
"Donald Trump is engaged in poisonous, racial politics," one law professor says.
Thomas J. Donohue swiped at candidates who advocate “walling off America.”
Friday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new gun restrictions.