Lawmakers were joined by members of the Charleston, S.C. community on Wednesday.
The bill would delay the FDA’s new menu labeling regulation.
Law enforcement officials worry they can be mistaken for real guns.
The products were made in China.
As Americans consume more mobile data, radio spectrum amounts have not been able to keep up.
The powerful business lobby is looking to pressure lawmakers into blocking some of these...
USDA said lack of funding is hurting the agency's ability to respond to the outbreak.
Service members repaying loans are being overcharged or denied benefits, a report finds.
Jeb Hensarling, whose committee oversees payday lenders, received $210,500 from the industry.
A new report finds heroin use growing across all income levels in the U.S.
Gina McCarthy said the new rules for power plants are still on track.
Two lawsuits alleging U.S. airlines have conspired to fix prices have been filed.
The giant allegedly sold bad debt and robo-signed documents illegally.
”E-cigarettes is not really smoking,” Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) said.
The amendment would have defunded inspections of horse slaughter facilities.
The rules are intended to help diversify wealthier neighborhoods.
The measure passed after two minutes of debate with no opposition.
USDA had eradicated 7.5 million turkeys and 42 million chickens since Dec. 2014.
The bill would force banks to separate investment and commercial banking.
Challengers had called the prohibition a violation of free speech.
Hawaii became the first state in June to raise the smoking age to 21 statewide.
Oral arguments challenging the injuction will be heard on Friday.
Wednesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for railroads, security at nuclear...
Teens exposed to four TV ads were 50 percent more likely to use e-cigarettes.