Scholar argues that the United States may need to amend its asylum laws to include climate refugees.
A proposed federal law would tighten regulation of private possession of big cats.
Scholars assert that the accord has achieved more than would be expected of a non-binding agreement.
Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation could impact AI startups that depend heavily on data.
A 70-year old law could help in the battle against the coronavirus outbreak.
U.S. food stamp programs grapple with a new wave of scrutiny.
As the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. economy, over ten million Americans filed for unemployment insurance.
Presidents can create national monuments, but a debate rages over whether they can modify them.
Health care licensing regulators grapple with innovation, safety, and expertise when credentialing providers.
EU quality schemes protect agricultural products tied to certain areas against food fraud.
In the United States, disease outbreaks challenge emergency preparedness.
The academic debate over the history and the future of the nondelegation doctrine is far from over.