Highlights from Friday's Federal Register.
The company has said it would be able to offer trans-Atlantic flights for $150 each way.
The American Heart Association applaudedthe new FDA regulations.
New Hampshire's senators question whether the agency is following congressional intent.
The American Lung Association survey polled both Democrats and Republicans.
Director Sharon Helman was "formally removed" from her position.
The company will make it easier for people to see exactly how fast their Internet is.
The forthcoming ObamaCare regulation will require nutritional information on menus.
Matthew Taylor Mellon II is heading to the Chamber of Digital Commerce.
Top business groups remain adamant that a legislative solution is required.
The White House has again released its Unified Agenda ahead of a holiday.
The agency is proposing regulations for tile, toilet and sink manufacturers.
Regulators want to make sure people know if a rave review is real.
The disputed regulations set national limits on mercury emissions from power plants.
The FTC alleged that the console was not as “game-changing” as advertised.
Highlights from Wednesday’s edition of the Federal Register
The food industry ripped the rules as expensive to comply with.
The senators are giving Takata's CEO until Dec. 12 to answer 24 follow-up questions.
"There's going to be fear-mongering from the Republican Party,” the Hispanic lawmaker said.
Tuesday's Federal Register contains new rules for drug testing airline workers.
The move is nonbinding but could increase pressure on Google.
Rep. Andy Harris plans to mount a fight against the legalization law.
Members of the Senate are urging the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to save the honeybees.A...
The rules haven't even been issued, but they will almost certainly be challenged.