Congressional Republicans want schools and businesses to be protected from lawsuits.
Those waivers could mean schools don't have to spend as much on precautions, like new heating and ventilation systems.
The Republican bill includes some exceptions, like firms that act with gross negligence.
Right now, OSHA doesn’t have a blanket legal standard for protecting workers from infectious diseases.
"Deep cleaning" companies are in demand.
Wildfires are expected to be deadlier and costlier in coming years. State utilities say they can't afford to keep paying for damages.
SESTA would crack down on the use of internet sites to promote sex trafficking by holding them liable.
For convention cities, the events are a financial risk-management challenge.
It's not yet clear how the NLRB's decision will affect other companies.
Today, aides for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev) outlined a slimmed back energy and oil spill bill that would:...