The Protecting Veterans Credit Act has bipartisan support.
The Chamber's board of directors is out of step with its lobbying positions, the Democrats say.
These over-the-counter drugs can cause serious bleeding.
But the FDA says cutting down on salt intake could save lives.
The FDA's draft guidelines call on the food industry to reduce sodium levels.
House Republicans supported a years-old bill that was retooled to fight the Zika virus.
Democrats balked at the move, calling it a "brazenly political act."
A sugar substitute known as xylitol that is often used as a sweetener in gum is dangerous for dogs.
The agency said Kind snacks can once again use the word.
One American and three Canadians died as a result of the outbreak.
The FDA announced a $35 million campaign aimed at preventing LGBT youth from smoking.
Swallowing one teaspoon of pure caffeine is as powerful as drinking 28 cups of coffee.
Nearly 26,000 pounds of fish entered the country without undergoing required tests.
The money has been awarded to programs that prevent homelessness.
The Calif. ballot measure would let state agencies negotiate with drug companies on costs.
The potentially affected flour was produced at a General Mills facility in Kansas City.
The rule requires food producers to create a food defense plan.
Food producers will be forced to list a percent daily value for added sugar.
The changes, they say, will cut low-income and minority students off from meal programs.
We must reduce the cost of developing drugs, not implement price controls.
More than 300 frozen vegetable and fruit products may be contaminated with listeria.
The administration released a long-awaited final version of a sweeping new rule.
Dole Food Company is coming under fire over accusations it covered up contaminated salads.
The FDA says one teaspoon of caffeine is equivalent to drinking 28 cups of coffee.