PHILADELPHIA— A U.S. appeals court on Monday approved a federal plan to limit pollution in the Chesapeake Bay despite objections from farmers, builders and others who accused the Environmental Protection Agency of a power grab. The losers are rural counties with farming operations, nonpoint source polluters, the agricultural industry, and those states that...» Read More
Wells Fargo will pay a net $541 million to Fannie Mae to settle claims over defective home loans.
A judge has concluded that the National Security Agency's sweeping collection of telephone data is lawful, rejecting a challenge to the program.
Now that the first round of insurance deadlines have passed, can we all relax and talk about something other than health reform? Nope, say experts.
A recent outbreak of food poisoning has led to calls for tougher inspection measures even as the government begins reforming food safety rules.
The Postal Service, which shipped 3.5 billion packages last year, is cut off from the alcohol shipping business. But that could be changing.
The Obama administration has angered media outlets by banning outside cameras during key events, favoring its own photographer instead.
Canada Post will begin to phase out door-to-door mail delivery and convert service to community mailboxes, the Toronto Star reported Wednesday.
The Food and Drug Administration is phasing out the use of antibiotics in meat over concerns about antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Government regulators are investigating the standard practice of using autopilot in the cockpit, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Anne Wojcicki, co-founder of 23andMe, countered an FDA warning letter demanding the company discontinue marketing its DNA testing kit.
Serious security weaknesses in the IRS's data system have left millions of taxpayers' sensitive financial information vulnerable to hackers.
In a warning letter to the genetics testing company, the agency said the products were being sold without "marketing clearance or approval."
Federal officials are prepared to file formal complaints against Wal-Mart Stores for allegedly violating the rights of protesting workers last year.
The US Postal Service said its 2013 fiscal-year loss was cut to $5 billion from $16 billion in 2012 due to growth in shipping and packages.
President Obama should consider changes to his health-care law to honor his pledge, former President Bill Clinton said in an interview. NBC reports.
The President is nominating top Treasury Department official Timothy Massad as head of CFTC, the agency that regulates the futures and options market.
Fed. Chairman Ben Bernanke said on Friday that there was still an "awful lot of slack" in the labor market, but said that economic data doesn't provide an accurate measure.
Since 2005, food companies have eliminated over 73 percent of the transfats in their products.
Google executive Eric Schmidt said U.S. government spying on its data centers would be outrageous and potentially illegal if true, the WSJ reported.
A lot of what we do is computer network defense, says Kenneth Asbury, CACI International president & CEO, explaining how his company works to provide information solutions for the U.S. government.