Her plan would give states more authority to block "excessive" premium increases.
The lawmakers want details of the USDA's response plan.
Lawmakers said the new FDA rule will help Americans make better food choices.
Of 25 restaurant chains reviewed, five had policies to limit the use of antibiotics.
Kids with less than 20 minutes ate 12 percent less of their veggies.
Smokeless tobacco use in Major League Baseball is said to be contributing to the trend.
The yet unveiled rules have been submitted to the Federal Register for publication.
The agency said the difference between a safe and toxic dose is very small.
The lawmakers said there's little research on the health risks associated with the products.
The report found 79.4 percent of schools are offering two or more vegetables each day.
The agency said real mayonnaise must contain eggs.
The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the Labor Department's action.
The average American, however, is still 24 pounds heavier today than in 1960.
The National Park Service is under pressure to reverse its decision to ban electronic cigarettes in...
Tribes now have to go through state agencies for food assistance.
The company has ordered R.J. Reynolds to stop selling and distributing four brands.
The regulations represent the most significant update in decades.
Retailer says its decision to stop selling tobacco had an effect across the industry.
Chemical safety group says 19 companies are violating California law.
He urged lawmakers to get "back to work as youngsters are getting back to school."
Industry is hailing a UK study that claims their products are safer than tobacco cigarettes.
The agency sent warning letters to three companies about illegal labeling.
The public has another 30 days to weigh in on warning labels and childproofing.
The company said it's going to be more transparent with its scientific research investments.