The group wants the public to show support for protecting wildlife habitats.
Monday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for partially-blind truck drivers.
The two bills are aimed at curbing unnecessary or costly regulations.
Twenty-nine senators want to require federal contractors to disclose political donations.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday sanctioned a Lebanese businessman with ties to a Middle...
The agency is proposing a $417,500 fine against the company.
The travel reimbursements would include ATM fees, laundry, cleaning and dry cleaning services.
Nonprofits warned the rule would have a “chilling effect” on donations.
Advisers wanted to recommend that Americans eat less meat to help the environment.
FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said the registrations are "just the beginning."
The bills would clamp down on federal agencies' authority to issue rules.
The president would veto legislation that clamps down on agencies’ authority to issue rules.
In 2012, 20 percent of Americans lacked access.
The Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to loosen protections for them.
Meat groups are praising the new federal dietary guidelines for including lean meats.
The Bikeshare Transit Act unveiled Thursday would allow cities to invest in cycling.
"I think we'll get through the stay soon," Gina McCarthy said.
They question whether a federal advisory committee was influenced by industry pressures.
Friday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new travel reimbursement rules for government...
By taking legal liberties and shortcuts, the FCC may have left itself vulnerable to remand.
President Obama has just one year left to cement the unfinished pieces of Dodd-Frank.
The legislation comes after a high-profile spill in August at Colorado's Animas River.
"You just have to let the people know that they could be out there.”
Sen. James Lankford says he is “alarmed” by sweeping education policy changes.