The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing a moving company called Meathead Movers over alleged age discrimination in its hiring and marketing practices.
The FTC is trying to block Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the maker of the popular "Call of Duty" franchise, after a lower court allowed the deal to proceed.
The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers and tax professional to look out for suspicious emails and text messages that could be from fraudsters as tax filing season nears.
Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo is putting leading AI chipmakers like Nvidia on notice that redesigning high-end AI chips to get around trade restrictions will be restricted
The IRS is raising the interest penalty for underpayment of estimated taxes, with taxpayers who are self-employed or work as independent contractors urged to be vigilant.
President Biden's broad executive order on safety and testing of artificial intelligence systems has experts tracking how his administration develops and eventually implements rules.
Novo Nordisk announced Thursday that it is pursuing legal action against two compounding pharmacies for allegedly selling compounded drugs that claim to contain semaglutide.
The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday proposed new regulations to strengthen rules against lead contamination in drinking water and replace lead pipes nationwide.
The DOD failed an annual audit of its assets for the sixth year in a row, officials announced this week. A Pentagon spokesperson said that the organization is "learning."
The FDIC board called off a scheduled meeting to complete a plan to reimburse a federal deposit insurance fund for billions in losses tied to the collapse of two large banks in March.
A left-wing activist group called The People's Forum organizing protests against Israel is primarily funded by a multimillionaire tech mogul and his wife, who co-founded Code Pink.
The FAA's National Airspace System Safety Review Team warned Wednesday that there are several challenges making the current safety levels within the aviation system "unsustainable."
The National Transportation Safety Board has urged another government agency to mandate that new cars have intelligent speed assistance technology in them.
The FDA and CDC said at least 22 children between ages 1-3 were reported to have elevated blood lead levels after consuming recalled cinnamon applesauce fruit pouch products.
A study showing that Novo Nordisk's Wegovy has the ability to reduce the risk of serious heart problems in some patients by 20% was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
The Federal Aviation Administration is developing a committee of aviation experts to help address any barriers that would prevent pilots from reporting mental health issues.
The North American Electric Reliability Corp. says more than half the U.S. is at risk of electricity shortages this winter, and it warns against the EPA's proposed power plant rule.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed a new regulation to apply consumer financial protection rules to nonbank firms that offer payment apps and digital wallets.
A type of decoration that drivers sometimes stick on the steering wheel of their vehicle could put their safety at possible risk, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Tyson Foods announced the voluntary recall of about 30,000 pounds of dino-shaped chicken "fun nuggets" after some consumers reported finding small pieces of metal in the product.