The U.S. Senate added tax breaks for small business to a House bill increasing the minimum wage and then passed it Thursday by an overwhelming margin.
The chairman of a U.S. congressional conference committee said the panel has reached a tentative agreement on reforming pension funding rules.
New legislation sent to the Senate floor would require all mines to have state-of-the-art two-way wireless communications and tracking systems in place within the next three years.
U.S. Senate Democrats, led by Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., introduced legislation they say will help small businesses offer health insurance to employees.
A 70-year-old federal jobs program intended to improve blind and disabled employment rates has a small percentage of disabled or blind employees itself.
Tuesday in Health Biz: The political pieces are coming together for passage of drug importation legislation, yet concerns remain about safety.
The push to legalize the reimportation of prescription drugs has begun anew on Capitol Hill, but prospects for making the change remain slim.
More ACE units are showing up in U.S. hospitals and Senate Democrats and Republicans outline healthcare legislation.
Western lawmakers and bison ranchers are proposing the U.S. mint temporarily restore the Buffalo Nickel to celebrate the revival of bison herds.
Of the static duo of relics in U.S. and Cuban diplomacy -- the U.S. trade embargo and Cuban President Fidel Castro -- the former has come as close as ever to a