The agency will not say when it plans to regulate all tobacco products.
Tribes now have to go through state agencies for food assistance.
Current law requires most U.S. trains to be automated by December.
Of 25 restaurant chains reviewed, five had policies to limit the use of antibiotics.
Breyer said oral arguments make up only about 5 percent of the decision process.
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Health experts, industry groups are clashing ahead of a debate over school lunch regulations.
Trucking groups are pushing Congress to increase an 80,000-pound weight limit.
The high-profile Democrat said the technology would prevent drones from flying near airports.
An official said hundreds of thousands of students will benefit from the changes.
Led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, groups are pushing for the Senate to act.
The Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee will meet next week to mark up legislation...
The Pope is scheduled to visit Washington, D.C., New York and Philadelphia.
Millennials, they say, are deeply concerned about juggling work and a family.
Nine House Democrats are circulating a letter raising concerns about the rule.
The Democratic presidential candidate will travel to Colorado on Thursday.
The company has ordered R.J. Reynolds to stop selling and distributing four brands.
Officials are urging nursing homes to step up their oversight of antibiotic use to prevent...
A Senate bill would force federal agencies to do a cost-benefit analysis on high-impact rules.
The Democratic presidential candidate issued a plan to curb gun violence.
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The struggling presidential candidate would end federal workers unions and kill the NLRB.
The FCC said Lyft's previous terms of service violated the law.
Republicans returned to Capitol Hill this week with a new sense of urgency on the issue.