More businesses would be treated as joint employers under new Labor Dept. guidelines.
Thursday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new safety requirements for trucks.
In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court sided against an advertising firm.
"We must protect the waters that are vital for the health of our communities," Obama wrote.
HUD's smoking ban would prohibit people from lighting cigarettes in government-assisted homes but...
Sen. Chuck Grassley's bill passed through committee in October.
The bill provides schools with some flexibility in meeting rules for whole grains and sodium.
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.
The case comes amid a fierce debate about federal land restrictions.
"Let me be clear: The Second Amendment is not a suggestion,” Sen. Richard Shelby says.
One might think competition is alive and well in the telecom marketplace. But not so fast.
Current and former officials are urging Congress to pass a bipartisan reform bill.
The Supreme Court will likely hear arguments in April with a ruling possibly in June.
The hog slaughter program has lead to the cruel treatment of pigs and raises concerns about...
Freedom Watch accuses Obama of circumventing Congress to “invent” new gun laws.
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.