"We're going to use every tool in our toolbox to restrict human exposure to these toxic chemicals.," EPA head Michael Regan said.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler said a ban on cryptocurrencies would be left up to Congress.
The regulations for when an athlete tests positive for COVID at the Tokyo Games, such as whether they can be replaced, depends on the sport.
Congress needs to take the reins away from courts and Big Tech and establish true internet freedom.
Senator Roger Wicker's (R-Miss.) PRO-SPEECH Act, introduced last Thursday, takes a novel approach to one of the most pressing threats to our democracy: Big Tech's control of our political discussion.
The U.K. charities regulator noted "almost half" the money the charity spent was on legal and administrative fees.
Digital platforms that hold themselves out to the public now resemble other traditional common carriers, such as telephone and cable companies.
Republican Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick said Wednesday that Texans who received electricity bills as high as $17,000 amid the state's recent energy crisis had "gambled on a very, very low rate" and lost.
A candidate for Congress and a former state representative were among the guests at the restaurant seen ignoring COVID-19 safety protocols.
The Texas Republican urged regulators to intervene against electric companies profiting from the severe winter weather.
Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project debates Hall of Fame adult entertainer Brandi Love.
Modern porn isn't anything like your father's Playboy.
We'll never agree on banning porn—that's ridiculous.
The pardon power isn't normally thought of as a deregulatory legal tool, but here, it could be just that.
President Donald Trump said Facebook, Twitter and other large Silicon Valley tech companies are "100 percent" trying to control every bit of information that Americans receive.
As technology companies augment their power over our day-to-day lives, the debate over government regulation has never been more relevant.
Sometimes, the unintended consequences are the best ones.
The president also suggested his administration could "strongly regulate" some companies.
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.