The federal government has more authority to regulate colored pencils than it does to enforce election security measures, the Brennan Center report warns.
Two sources familiar with the plans told New York Times that changes to rules are expected to roll back limits on "the leaching of dangerous heavy metals like arsenic, lead and mercury."
Two-time Senator Bob Kerrey says Trump's anti-environmentalism is a defining trait of the president.
Signatories of a letter urged Senate members to follow the House's lead and pass "common-sense gun laws."
The recent scandals around Boeing, Facebook, Phillip Morris, Wells Fargo and Monsanto all tell the same tale.
Representative Earl Blumenauer of Oregon introduced a bill to regulate marijuana the same way the government currently regulates alcohol products.
Surya Oruganti said the ride home "was not quite what I expected."
The U.K. imports thousands of sperm samples from Europe each year, and a no-deal Brexit could see supplies could decrease quantities.
Transport for London told the company in September 2017 that it would not renew its license over safety concerns.
Customers using the dockless scooters are "imperiling pedestrians and themselves," the notice warned.
"You can't have more clicks on fake news than real news," Musk said.
The cryptocurrency platform said the mystery hackers were "well organized."
More than a dozen companies involved with cryptocurrencies are under investigation.
The bill rolls back some regulations from the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, which placed restrictions on banks in the wake of the financial crisis.
U.S. derivatives watchdog file charges against three separate cryptocurrency operators.
The EPA chief on the Paris Accord, fossil fuels, clean water, clean air, economic growth. . . .
Everywhere Trump looks he finds the Founders intentionally constructed hurdles.