A 1989 study found that FBI recruits were unable to differentiate between fake weapons and actual firearms in real time.
One thing U.S. voters can agree on regardless of party: Increased regulations on Wall Street and banking institutions.
The senators wrote that it's "past due time" to update the 1989-era regulations on toy guns.
The president celebrated his second year in office by speaking out against climate change, tweeting about the cold weather on the East Coast before adding that it "wouldn't be bad to have a little of that good old fashioned Global Warming right now!"
New York Democratic congressional primary winner Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez compared the "existential threat" posed by climate change to that of Nazi Germany during World War II.
To understand why debt is so integral to household financial health, it's helpful to look at what happened during the 2008 financial crisis.
The Senate Majority Leader scheduled a banking reform bill for consideration this week, effectively delaying a debate on gun control in Congress's upper chamber as much of the country turns to Capitol Hill for stricter firearms regulations.
President Trump is putting coal miners back to work, but experts say he's doing it at the expense of their health and safety.
"The horror of Sandy Hook still resonates, especially with women."
The FDA would start looking more closely at manufacturers of homeopathic remedies intended for young children and older people if these new guidelines pass.
In less-free cities, the jackbooted thugs in the zoning department impose limits.
Many within capital markets communicate using WhatsApp, WeChat, and Telegram—and these will have to become compliant.
Suspended regulation would have required airlines and ticket agents to disclose and separate all fees wherever fare and schedule information is provided.
The president's order to roll back Obama-era regulations will be opposed in the court of law and public opinion.
Regardless of political belief, Trump's deregulatory push stands to harm peoples' everyday lives.
Slightly lower profit margins for businesses usually result in great cost savings for society at large; Trump's 2-for-1 rule renders that reality irrelevant.
Consumer advocates feel energized by the thought that government may yield to corporate interests without a fight.
Many regulations are mandated by statute, all have been previously evaluated, and issuing new rules requires a lengthy public process.
Trump, a businessman turned politician, campaigned on a promise to reduce federal regulations that he said burdened American businesses.
Trump won nearly two-thirds of the rural vote in November, with big agricultural states including Iowa, Nebraska, Ohio and Indiana all lining up for the Republican.
President also orders an immediate regulatory freeze for all government agencies.
SEC chair vows to finish the job while Banking Committee Republicans want a halt until Donald Trump takes office.
Here's a simple prescription: Whatever Obama did by regulation, undo.
New York's standards, which bar short-term rentals, seek to root out residential property owners using their dwellings as hotels.