EPA watchdog says White House blocked part of its investigation

The White House budget office "impeded" part of the investigation into a controversial pro-industry decision that former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt pushed through on his way out the door, according to an inspector general's report released Thursday.

FAA defends decisions after first Boeing 737 MAX crash

US federal regulators reacted to the Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX crash last fall by issuing a reminder to pilots about cockpit procedures -- because, an official told Congress on Wednesday, it initially believed pilot error was to blame.

Judge dodges decision for now in Trump tax case

A federal judge on Monday dodged a decision for now over whether congressional Democrats can request and receive the President's New York state tax returns by asking the parties to figure out