Algorithmic prejudices can create inequalities. But in doing so, they might help lawyers pinpoint discrimination where they could not in the past.
A new U.N. report finds that, to address climate change, we don't need new laws or regulations, but to get countries to comply with laws that already exist.
The goal of the National Environmental Policy Act is to make every infrastructure project in the country a little greener.
Breast milk offers better nutrition than formula to infants who cannot access their mother's milk. But centers have proliferated, raising other concerns.
The International Seabed Council once again failed to come to an agreement over the rules to govern the practice of mining valuable resources in deep ocean habitats.
How the Trump administration skirts the obstacles that make it hard for federal agencies to deregulate industries.
While it inspired new regulations, executives have mostly found a way around them.
Steve Gardner's engineering company was dropped for performing "junk science" to discredit a regulation that it was hired to help prepare.
A group of Democrats has crafted legislation intended to bring conflicts of interest from industry regulators under public scrutiny.
The Regulatory Accountability Act would subject the rule-making process to red tape.