The rule is under final review at the Office of Management and Budget.
Leaders expressed concerns in a letter to the commission's chairman.
The Supreme Court will not hear arguments from a group of BP shareholders looking to sue the...
Tuesday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for medical examiners.
The case challenged long-delayed death sentences.
Critics say the religious schools discriminate against transgender students.
Brady has retained Ted Olson, who was President George W. Bush’s Supreme Court lawyer.
Amtrak can't impose rules on rivals because it has its own economic interests, the court says.
A group of Christian lawmakers is concerned about missing Bibles at Veterans Affairs clinics.
Monday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for the marketing of dog and cat food.
Groups say the devices don't emit smoke and therefore can't be regulated.
Racehorse owner and celebrity chef Bobby Flay made the case for action.
The billboards use location and shopping data from phones to target customers.
The Justice Department won't confirm or deny the existence of records without permission.
The case stems from the lawsuit Varsity Brands brought against Star Athletica.
The disclosure was inadvertently made in a redacted ruling.
The justices are delving into the broader question of where ethical lines should be drawn.
The mysterious FBI committees are designed to prevent people from turning into radical extremists.
Fourteen states wrote the EPA about the Clean Power Plan on Thursday.
Dole Food Company is coming under fire over accusations it covered up contaminated salads.
Two lower courts ruled the law discriminates against minority voters.
Unions said they were evaluating their options and the strike would continue.
The memo “further cloaks the regulatory process in secrecy," Hatch said.
Lawmakers voted 234-183 to overturn the Labor Department’s fiduciary rule.