OVERNIGHT TECH: FCC chair says net neutrality rules create jobs

FCC's Copp's calls for the government to address the decline in "real journalism."

President Obama said Twitter and social media are making it impossible to maintain power over a country via censorship.

Glenn Beck said Google is "in bed" with the Obama administration.

SCORE ONE FOR GAMERS: My colleague Sara Jerome reports Reps. Kevin BradyKevin Patrick BradyHouse passes tariff-relief bill GOP may increase IRS’s budget Overnight Finance: Congress barrels toward another shutdown crisis | Canada worries Trump will withdraw from NAFTA | Blue-state Republicans push tax law changes | Chamber CEO calls out Bannon, Warren MORE (R-Texas) and Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) are launching a new "E-Tech Caucus" focused on competitiveness in entertainment technology. Scheduled to be on hand at the Wednesday night launch event: Nintendo 3DS, Microsoft Kinect, and Sony PlayStations Move in 3D. No wonder it has already been dubbed the "video game" caucus.