Lawmakers are investigating whether encryption allowed the attackers to keep their communications covert.
T-Mobile will let customers watch Netflix without burning through their data plans, but does that violate net neutrality?
Ed Markey, Bernie Sanders, and other senators are fighting to repeal the new exception to robocalling rules.
“Our position has not changed,” the White House said. “Mr. Snowden is accused of leaking classified information and faces felony charges here in the United States.”
Donald Trump will go on "Saturday Night Live" next month, which could result in TV time for his rivals.
Federal regulators overrode Republican opposition to cap phone rates for prisoners.
Republicans want to boost the security and privacy of connected cars, but regulators say their bill would backfire.
Lawmakers are trying to quell the international backlash over NSA spying.
The government plans to sell broadcast licenses to cellular carriers to boost smartphone speeds.
A top House Democrat opposes the agency’s plan to treat streaming video like cable television.
The FAA has proposed its largest ever fine of a company for unauthorized drone flights.
By throwing out a key international agreement, the ruling delivers a blow to global tech companies.
Edith Ramirez is taking a cautious step to rein in “sharing economy” apps.
Charter, Time Warner, and Bright House are getting some help from nonprofits in their bid for FCC approval.
Is the Obama administration trying to turn over federal “property” to the international community?
Obama threatened sanctions, but proving responsibility for a cyberattack will be difficult.
Ron Wyden was blocking a vote on an intelligence bill over the controversial provision.
A maddening tale of what happened when Washington got its hands on a good idea.
The new policy could alter how the commission looks at potential antitrust violations by Apple, Google, and other tech companies.
Consumers vent to regulators about slow Internet, high prices, and data caps.