The Democratic senator wants Republican support on her Healthy Families Act.
Rep. Steve King said his bill would stop courts from "destroying traditional marriage."
The rule would allow employers to make disability-related inquiries.
Electronic cigarette use among middle and high school students has tripled, the CDC said.
HHS said it does not have the "legal authority."
A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
The transgender worker wasn't allowed to use the women's bathroom.
Companies such as Microsoft and Apple flexed their muscle in opposition to an Indiana law.
The guidelines aim to better protect healthcare and social service workers from assault.
The senators are being recognized for their efforts to reform the criminal justice system.
The fight has galvanized outside groups ahead of the 2016 elections.
Policy is at odds with some state marijuana laws.
The bill would empower states to challenge federal regulations.
Almost half of small business owners polled support Indiana's new law.
Seventy-one percent of Americans say there is some risk the wrong person will be executed.
Rep. Jackie Speier is considering legislation to create a federal ban on the practice.
A more comprehensive civil rights bill will be introduced later this spring.
Two of the workers are janitors in Education Secretary Arne Duncan's building.
90 percent of households own a car while less than a third own a gun.
The ACLU is hoping to ban what they say is punishment akin to torture.
A brief filed Thursday in the landmark case urges the justices to weigh free speech.
The agency wanted go give the public time to comment on the Supreme Court's ruling.
Drug dealers are lacing gummy bears with Xanax and candy bracelets with ecstasy.
The Federal Trade Commission has seen a spike in tax identity theft.