The FDA proposes to withdraw approval for a breast cancer treatment, with hearing scheduled for June.
The FDA holds public meetings to discuss its new authority as some members of Congress question the agency’s budget.
New legislation increases safety responsibilities of the FDA and food importers.
Following Supreme Court decision, the USDA stops regulating Roundup Ready Alfalfa.
The proposed rule would offer some, but all not, consumer protections of PPACA to student health plans.
Two district courts uphold insurance mandate, but two other courts find it unconstitutional.
Mine safety regulator proposes criteria for improving worker protection.
Funding shortfalls may inhibit efforts at improving mine safety.
Government takes steps to protect consumers from poisonous substances in homes.
Studies question whether nutrition disclosure laws are effective in reducing calorie intake.
Agency seeks to change requirements for manufacturers to disclose information about hazardous materials.
President Obama faces major tradeoff in achieving promised health reform.