The Texas governor's ties to the Jewish state stretch back to his time as agriculture commissioner
A season of political moves should remind us of the corporate interests of the new Internet utilities
From Israel to the economy, voters turned against the party in power and the nice-guy Democrat painted as an Obama in miniature
A Republican snagged Anthony Weiner's seat, taking the district for the GOP for the first time since 1923
A new poll shows the Republican in the lead in this traditionally Democratic Queens district. We talked with the Democrat about his chances.
In 2004, the Bush State Department had to wipe egg off its face after he made it correct a report that wrongly said terrorism was going down
Congressional servers crashed and phone lines were overloaded, thanks to an outpouring of response -- and a fragile tech infrastructure
Relieved from the day-to-day responsibilities of running the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, she's embracing a newfound freedom
In the age of Twitter, everyone can have a voice. But can everyone be heard?
The company could get even more from a planned social media town hall than the White House
Beginning with his short speech at Liberty State Park, the former governor's team will try to sell GOP primary voters on an unconventional image
New Hampshire voters are just one of the many groups the GOP presidential candidates were targeting last night
The president's re-elect launched without the online heavyweights of '08. Will they re-up -- or will a new generation emerge?
The story of AlterNIC, which exposed the vulnerability of the Net's domain system