The grant funding will go to 44 recipients across 31 states.
The bulk of the funding will go to communities with anti-trafficking task forces.
The average American, however, is still 24 pounds heavier today than in 1960.
Tribes now have to go through state agencies for food assistance.
The company has ordered R.J. Reynolds to stop selling and distributing four brands.
The aministration asked to nix new user fees as way to implement food safety laws.
The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the Labor Department's action.
Raffi Freedman-Gurspan will serve in the White House Office of Presidential Personnel.
A look at Monday's edition of the Federal Register today.
Nearly 80 percent of Republicans support expanding background checks on guns.
HHS and DOJ have received complaints from people with disabilities.
Sen. Ron Wyden is expected to introduce the bill later today.
Girls now make up a larger share of juvenile justice population at every stage.
The vice president called being pro-abortiom-rights as a Catholic "hard."
The bill would give federal workers six weeks of paid parental leave.
Millennials, they say, are deeply concerned about juggling work and a family.
A bill introduced Wednesday would create a $5,000 tax credit for employers.
He urged lawmakers to get "back to work as youngsters are getting back to school."
Britain's Health Department said e-cigs could be a tool to help people quit smoking.
Joe Manchin calls for an end to "the flood of painkillers that is killing so many people in my...
The report follows the July announcement that the ban on transgender service will be lifted.
David Vitter wants to block people from receiving both disability and unemployment benefits.
Signs in kids' bedding, for example, will no longer specifiy boys or girls.
The number of deceased inmates is the highest it's been since 2007.