The company has said cleanup efforts have already been underway since shortly after the spill.
President Barack Obama's trade agenda appears to be back on track.
President Obama and his allies on trade are thinking of restarting their legislative push.
A Senate panel approved a $31 billion spending bill slashing the EPA's budget.
The number of security clearance holders whose data has been taken is not yet known.
The FDA's move generated strong reactions on both sides of the political aisle.
The Denton City Council early Wednesday voted 6-1 to drop the ban on fracking.
Manufacturers expressed fear that the proposed regulation would delay new construction.
Federal Reserve will likely signal this week that an interest rate increase is coming.
The House voted on a procedure that gives lawmakers six more weeks to revisit the vote.
The executive actions are designed to encourage the private sector to invest in more clean energy efforts.
The Obama administration calls trans fats a threat to public health.
They say the wage laws inflate costs and make it harder for nonunion contractors to compete.
The effort to get U.S. trade legislation through Congress is in limbo once again.
A coalition of advocacy groups called for new safety standards for chemical plants.
Here's a look at what the developments mean for consumers and companies.
Rules that treat the Internet like a public utility will begin today.
Democrats blocked an effort to add a cybersecurity bill to a sweeping defense measure.
The trade bill would give Obama so-called "fast track" authority to negotiate trade deals.
"Our people deserve to know where their food is produced," said Rep. Marcy Kaptur.
There are other signs that the economy is doing better after a rough early year start.
Debate will start Thursday on Obama's bid for "fast track" negotiating authority.
Unions and Democrats agree on most big issues, but trade bitterly divides many of them.
Obama says part of the problem is the U.S. has old systems for detecting intrusions.
Republicans are resurrecting efforts to thin millions of acres and take down dead trees.