A look at Monday's edition of the Federal Register today.
Lawmakers say the bill to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act is a bipartisan effort.
EWG's report comes as lawmakers debate how to reform the nation's chemical laws.
Two competing bills to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act are before the Senate.
Sens. Tom Udall and David Vitter are leading a bipartisan group of lawmakers.
A request for a new war authorization is expected within the next week.
Sen. McCain wants to amend the Merchant Marine Act to allow foreign ships to carry goods between U....
The National Labor Relations Board decision lets employees use work email for union business.
The capture of a suspected ringleader behind Benghazi attack refueled a Washington debate.
White House tried to douse criticism that vets died because of VA mismanagement.
Top Democratic donors say they are exasperated by a lack of leadership from the White House.
Pressure grew Tuesday on Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to step down.
Lawmakers said DOD needs to update its equal opportunity policies to include sexual orientation.
Gay marriage supporters are hopeful the court could legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
The EPA said it could take over 100 years to regulate 1,000 chemicals under the bill.
Lawmakers are reintroducing legislation to close background check loopholes.
Alaska’s all-Republican delegation vowed Monday to fight tooth and nail.
Obama is looking for help after executive action that will offer legal status to millions.
Hagel and Dempsey express bitter disappointment with Iraqi government.
The U.N. urged Syria to continue eliminating its chemical weapons "as quickly as possible."
The Senate Armed Services Committee plans to introduce an amendment that would delay retirement of...
Increasing attention will focus on Clinton’s health as she mulls a 2016 bid.
Members indicated support for delaying plan to shift resources and cut Guard personnel.