Protesters angry over the government's seizure of cattle it says were illegally grazing on federal land in southern Nevada clashed with law enforcement this week over what they see as regulatory overreach.
A sentencing panel voted Thursday to reduce prison sentences for most federal drug defendants, a move that would shave an average of 11 months off the average trafficking sentence and over time reduce the number of inmates.
Medicare data show a wide cast of characters in the top ranks of the highest-reimbursed doctors and reveal as much about the limits of the newly public billing records as it does about medical practice.
Major car makers are accelerating recalls and ordering dealers to stop sales of vehicles with potentially dangerous defects amid a safety clampdown by auto regulators and others in the U.S., Japan and China.
A bipartisan group of senators reached a deal to extend the federal backstop for terrorism insurance into the next decade while increasing the potential cost to insurers of any future terrorist attack.